Share their weaknesses with the world and they will find the world to be cruel and will put you in the role of the cruelest of all.

boycottautismspeaks:

‪#‎boycottautismspeaks‬ Autism Speaks believes that if you are not successful by NT standards, you must be miserable. If they would bother to ask, they may find out different.
Image description: blue background with clouds Text reads:I am Autistic. I can’t live independently I haven’t achieved success as it’s defined by neurotypical standards.Autism Speaks wants you to believe I am miserable & shouldn’t exist.But, I am HAPPY & WORTHY of an existence.Humanity & happiness should not be defined by the things one can & cannot accomplish.No one should ever have to prove they deserve to not be dehumanized. Boycotter K #boycottautismspeaks

boycottautismspeaks:

‪#‎boycottautismspeaks‬ Autism Speaks believes that if you are not successful by NT standards, you must be miserable. If they would bother to ask, they may find out different.

Image description: blue background with clouds Text reads:I am Autistic. I can’t live independently I haven’t achieved success as it’s defined by neurotypical standards.Autism Speaks wants you to believe I am miserable & shouldn’t exist.But, I am HAPPY & WORTHY of an existence.Humanity & happiness should not be defined by the things one can & cannot accomplish.No one should ever have to prove they deserve to not be dehumanized. Boycotter K #boycottautismspeaks

boycottautismspeaks:







A powerful message from an anonymous boycotter: Being disabled should not determine if one is “good enough” to be a parent.
Image Description: Back ground is greenish Text reads: I am autistic I do not live independently, but interdependently. My life is happy and worth living even though I am disabled. In my state disability is enough to terminate my parental rights. It is wrong that I have to prove i am a good mom because i am autistic. I live in fear that my family will take my child from me because they have bought into Autism Speaks’ lies. this is why I boycott Autism Speaks. www.facebook.com/boycottautismspeaksnow

boycottautismspeaks:

A powerful message from an anonymous boycotter: Being disabled should not determine if one is “good enough” to be a parent.

Image Description: Back ground is greenish Text reads: I am autistic I do not live independently, but interdependently. My life is happy and worth living even though I am disabled. In my state disability is enough to terminate my parental rights. It is wrong that I have to prove i am a good mom because i am autistic. I live in fear that my family will take my child from me because they have bought into Autism Speaks’ lies. this is why I boycott Autism Speaks. www.facebook.com/boycottautismspeaksnow

boycottautismspeaks:

The ‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬ Virtual Protest! I appreciate that these little ones will grow up knowing better than the lies of A$. This is change.
Image Description: A picture of a young girl with brown, above the shoulder length hair. She is wearing a red shirt and polka dotted shorts and holding a sign that reads: Autism Speaks DO NOT speak for me! Not a tragedy. AwesomeUniqueTenaciousInspiringSensational McKenna 5 yo ASD and proud!!

boycottautismspeaks:

The ‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬ Virtual Protest! I appreciate that these little ones will grow up knowing better than the lies of A$. This is change.

Image Description: A picture of a young girl with brown, above the shoulder length hair. She is wearing a red shirt and polka dotted shorts and holding a sign that reads: Autism Speaks DO NOT speak for me! Not a tragedy. 
Awesome
Unique
Tenacious
Inspiring
Sensational 
McKenna 
5 yo ASD and proud!!

boycottautismspeaks:

Virtual Protest! Boycott Autism Speaks, everywhere!
Image description: Picture is of a woman, wearing glasses and holding a sign that reads: My Autistic children are happy and healthy, smart and funny, resourceful, persistent and capable of speaking for themselves. They are not missing, merely existing, a burden, tragedy, epidemic, health crisis, or a national emergency. I am not in despair. Please do not believe Autism Speaks when they try to tell you otherwise. ‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬

boycottautismspeaks:

Virtual Protest! Boycott Autism Speaks, everywhere!

Image description: Picture is of a woman, wearing glasses and holding a sign that reads: My Autistic children are happy and healthy, smart and funny, resourceful, persistent and capable of speaking for themselves. They are not missing, merely existing, a burden, tragedy, epidemic, health crisis, or a national emergency. I am not in despair. Please do not believe Autism Speaks when they try to tell you otherwise. ‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬

boycottautismspeaks:

Protesting Autism Speaks! Anyone can do it. It is Virtual!
Image description: Picture is of a young woman wearing a hat and holding a notepad in her mouth. She is in what seems to be a bedroom. There are pictures and a cross in the background. The text in the note pad is handwritten and reads:I am Autistic! I love Matt Smith, so I am just like you. Don’t let A$ [Autism Speaks] lie to you about me.Boycott A$ [Autism Speaks]. Don’t listen to Autism Speaks Sesame Street!

boycottautismspeaks:

Protesting Autism Speaks! Anyone can do it. It is Virtual!

Image description: Picture is of a young woman wearing a hat and holding a notepad in her mouth. She is in what seems to be a bedroom. There are pictures and a cross in the background. The text in the note pad is handwritten and reads:
I am Autistic! I love Matt Smith, so I am just like you. Don’t let A$ [Autism Speaks] lie to you about me.
Boycott A$ [Autism Speaks]. Don’t listen to Autism Speaks Sesame Street!

boycottautismspeaks:

More Virtual Protest! Send yours and we will post! educatesesame@gmail.com or PM
Image description: A smiling Asian woman wearing glasses and orange shirt, holding a handwritten sign that reads: Autism is a gift. It is a gift to the world. I am not a “tragedy”. Boycott Autism Speaks.

boycottautismspeaks:

More Virtual Protest! Send yours and we will post! educatesesame@gmail.com or PM

Image description: A smiling Asian woman wearing glasses and orange shirt, holding a handwritten sign that reads: Autism is a gift. It is a gift to the world. I am not a “tragedy”. Boycott Autism Speaks.

boycottautismspeaks:

Our Virtual Protest is awesome. Thanks everyone! If you want to participate PM the page or email educate sesame@gmail.com
Image description: A white piece of paper covering someone’s face and being held by two hands that appear to be from someone young. The text on the paper is handwritten and reads: Boycott Autism SpeaksWhy are you ignoring me? I am Autistic, I can speak. Love me for who I am.

boycottautismspeaks:

Our Virtual Protest is awesome. Thanks everyone! If you want to participate PM the page or email educate sesame@gmail.com

Image description: A white piece of paper covering someone’s face and being held by two hands that appear to be from someone young. The text on the paper is handwritten and reads: 
Boycott Autism Speaks
Why are you ignoring me? I am Autistic, I can speak. Love me for who I am.

boycottautismspeaks:

‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬ Virtual Protests are streaming in! Send yours to our email educatesesame@gmail.com or PM them to this Facebook page.
Image Description: A photograph featuring a young woman, smiling, wearing a crown, and purple and white cloak. She is standing in a room with other seated people. There are large blue and dark wood chairs resembling thrones around the room. A text bubble coming from her reads: I am proud to be an Aspie, and that wouldn’t change if you dared me. A Rainbow puzzle piece is at the bottom of the picture, but a big red devil’s face is superimposed on top of it.

boycottautismspeaks:

‪#‎BoycottAutismSpeaks‬ Virtual Protests are streaming in! Send yours to our email educatesesame@gmail.com or PM them to this Facebook page.

Image Description: A photograph featuring a young woman, smiling, wearing a crown, and purple and white cloak. She is standing in a room with other seated people. There are large blue and dark wood chairs resembling thrones around the room. A text bubble coming from her reads: I am proud to be an Aspie, and that wouldn’t change if you dared me. A Rainbow puzzle piece is at the bottom of the picture, but a big red devil’s face is superimposed on top of it.

boycottautismspeaks:

The guy with the menacing throat tattoo is not amused, Autism Speaks!‪#‎boycottautismspeaks‬
Image Description: Dark haired man with serious facial expression holding up a sign that reads: “Because I care about Autistic people, I know it’s time to listen to Autistic Voices! Boycott Autism Speaks”

boycottautismspeaks:

The guy with the menacing throat tattoo is not amused, Autism Speaks!‪#‎boycottautismspeaks‬

Image Description: Dark haired man with serious facial expression holding up a sign that reads: “Because I care about Autistic people, I know it’s time to listen to Autistic Voices! Boycott Autism Speaks”