An Autistic Concussion is a Psychotic condition. Ashton Deroy is Autistic, Queer and struggling. During the early part of my Concussion I committed betrayal, fought for my insanity and struggled with improper accommodation. Why did I do these things?
Honestly going through a Concussion during a Pandemic makes it impossible to ignore the pain, the struggle and the termination of relationships. I try to silence the memories with audiobooks when I can. Or I use exercise. Both only work for so long.
“Yes I am a vegetarian,” I say that to every vegan or environmentalist I can. It just means, “If you are sharing vegetables I am in.” I would like to keep living. I would like to save the planet. I would like to viewed and respected as an autistic person. Sometimes I have to eat chicken and fish to stop seizures but mostly I try to eat as little meat as possible because I am working with myself to live a longer life. Thank you for reading this important#AutismAware Blog.
Photographed by Ashton Deroy: I just wanted to share more of the spirit of Toronto Pride today. So all day I will be uploading photo & video content to my LGBTQ+ resource hub. I think my favorite photo has to be with my new friend Rosie who have I enjoyed my time with thus far.Continue reading “#TorontoPride2018 photo collage 2”
Photographed by Ashton Deroy Hey guys, so I have actually been working the WordPress space a lot today. I just wanted to create some backlinks to my other work. I am a website publisher who does their CMS projects through WordPress. The Mayb is a portfolio project to grant me freedoms to network in theContinue reading “Toronto Pride 2018 Pictures”
Click the website to view the info-graphic. Here are some highlights to the info-graphic: We need Police working together with marginalized people to improve the community relationship. 1,482 hate crimes were reported in 2013. Olivia Nuamah is not managing the Toronto Pride deficit whilst alienating her community. The Irresponsible Press is polluting the minds ofContinue reading “Re-Unite Toronto Pride and our police force”