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Your Neurodiverse Friend #1: A User Guide To Treating People like People

by Temple Grandin, Ph.D , Joe Biel, Eliot Daughtry, Gee23, Kate McNulty, Aaron Poliwoda, Partly Robot, Hadley Stanfill and Emily Valasquez

Neurodiversity occupies a similar place in the public consciousness as gay rights did in the 1970s: most people on the outside don't understand it and The Borg demand our assimilation! A necessary contribution to the dialogue around neurology, Your Neurodiverse Friend features advice and exploratory narratives about how to accept the neurodiverse experience. Even the less divergent can understand us and see us as real, whole people. Featuring comics, narrative, advice, and origin stories that all teach how to better interact/collaborate/interface with us, this zine is the beginning of a social movement towards a future where people can be treated like, well, people. We find neurotypical people inspiring and we think you could learn from our stories too!