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"Being eccentric or having foibles is not Autism" Thomas Clements

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"Being eccentric or having foibles is not #Autism. Autism should only be diagnosed when it's sufficiently disabling enough to have a negative impact on one's life. It's not some edgy alternative identity and to pretend it is is to do a disservice for those who are truly disabled."

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