Source: “We will both die here.” The Neurodiversity Community Has Lost One of Its Most Beloved Advocates.
Jay is still alone, afraid, overwhelmed. We are trying to create precarious safety after too many broken promises, too many failed plans.
Too many dead and dying disabled and divergent people.
Are we dying of covid? Or restricted access? Abelism? Discrimination?
Some days we fight with everything we have
Some days we lie back, numb, broken. Surrender to the pain and the exhaustion. Let the planet turn and the stars wheel overhead. Weep for our friends, for friends we haven’t even known. For people like us. Let go.
Who knows what comes with dawn?
How to Stand with Jay
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- Learn about me: who am I, and why should you trust me?
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- Join us: bring love, help, make suggestions, take on tasks and all your cat pictures please!
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