Innocent of GuiltyTagged by :iconarianatheechidna:More Like This
Ah, something different today instead of the usual tagging thing, well here goes.
1. Asked someone to marry you?
2. Kissed one of your friends?
3. Danced on a table in a bar?
I've danced on a table one time but it wasn't at a bar.
4. Ever told a lie?
5. Had feelings for someone whom you can't have?
I'm pretty sure this has never happened to me.
6. Ever kissed someone of the same sex?
That would my dad... when I was very young
7. Kissed a picture?
8. Slept in until 5 PM?
Whenever I sleep in with no alarm clock, I normally get up around Noon.
9. Fallen asleep at work/school?
Because obvious answer is too obvious.
10. Held a snake?
11. Been suspended from school?
12. Worked at a fast food chain/restaurant?
13. Stolen something?
I don't even.... this is... bad...It gets worse. Recently I've criticized Autism Speaks and their dehumanizing ad campaigns, and I thought that that was as deep as the rabbit hole goes. But today I've learned of... something particularly disturbing. And what I've learned today may or not come up in my Mary & Max review, so I want to get the horror and the disgust and most of the disturbance out of my system. At the very least, I don't want to rant for 15 minutes what should only take up a few seconds in a cohesive review. And no, this article that I'm writing has nothing to do with the movie.More Like This
Autism Speaks in the world's largest autism-focused charity on the surface, but deeper down they're kind of like PETA with a good reputation. I originally thought that that comparison was a little hyperbolic (non-sarcastic on "little"). What they essentially do is create dehumanizing propaganda towards people with autism(1) using rhetoric that, while it may not cause filicide, it at least empathizes with filicide* of disabled