You can apparently be transautistic now, which is just extremely offensive if you're an actual person with autism
· Jul 1, 2022 ·

I know what you're thinking...

This can't be real!

It is.

It is real.

Another definition for you:

Transautistic (transautism) is a transabled identity referening to someone who desire/feel the need to neurologically acquire a form of autistim or to a neurological non-autistic individual who internally feel autistism or feel they should be autistic but do not recognize in symptoms of autism and do not necessarly desire to become neurologically autistic.

Yes folks, there are now people out there who want to identify as autistic.

And, I mean, sure why not?

If we assume, as the postmodernists do, that disability is simply a social construct—a status imposed on disabled people by society—then I suppose "ablenormative" folks can just go right ahead and identify as someone with a disability. What's the difference? 🤷🏽‍♀️ Autistic people aren't disabled, society just tells them that they are.

Of course this is complete hogwash, but it's important for me to show you just how far the Left has come with all of this nonsense.

And look, transautistic people even have a gay flag!




I'm sorry, but this is the dumbest thing I've come across in a long time.

If anyone thinks they can simply identify as an autistic person then they obviously have no idea what it's like, at all, to live as an autistic person.

Sure, autism has its perks, and some of the funniest and brightest people I know are autistic, but people on the spectrum go through a lot more than you assume they do. Every day is a struggle, and it's not some silly game that you can just turn on and off when you feel like being trendy.

So go identify as something else, like a salmon, or maybe even a teddy bear. But don't you dare try to act like you have even the slightest clue as to what it's like to live with autism.

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