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Reflecting on My Sibling Perspective Interview for TPGA and a Birthday Message to my Brother

A shout-out to my brother on his Birthday and reflecting on my sibling perspective interview for the Thinking Person's Guide to Autism.

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Behind the Scenes of Our Interview for NPR Intern Edition

Behind-the-Scenes of our Interview for NPR Intern EditionThe story behind our NPR story on love, relationships and autism -- how it came to be and what one can learn from the experience of being documented in personal day-to-day life.

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Our Voices: What Are the Greatest Myths of Autism and Sexuality?

Our Voices: What Are the Greatest Myths of Autism and Sexuality?There are myths swirling around ASDs and sexuality... and boy, there are plenty of them! We explore the possible origin of of these myths and hear from the voices of other autistic individuals about what they would like you to know about ASDs and sexuality.

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Recap of Geneva Centre for Autism 2010 International Symposium – Part 2: A Message of Unconditional Love

Recap of Geneva Centre for Autism 2010 International Symposium Part 2: A Message of Unconditional Love

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Interview in NBC4 Ohio’s “The Autism Puzzle” Newsletter and possible TV appearance!

I finally received a digital copy of an interview Dave and I did for our friend Simon and the folks over at OCALI for the June 2010 Edition of "The Autism Puzzle", powered by NBC4 (Ohio NBC News affiliate) and the Autism Society of America...

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So What’s the Fascination with Autism and Sex?

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Two things never to expect in a relationship or marriage

Every one is entitled to set some expectations in a marriage or relationship -- respect, honesty, and fidelity to name a few. But there are two things that some people still make the mistake of expecting, only to result in disappointment or failure.

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