Online Participation
  1. For supportive conversation and social networking, I operate three discussion forums. You may take part in as many of them as you choose:
  2. For real-time discussions on fighting neurelitism (in a chat room), I sometimes open the room, Autistic Spectrum Self Advocacy and Mutual Aid, on Paltalk. To access the chat room, follow this link. Once connected, you can look for the room under Health → Peer Support. Alternately, you can use the below widget:

  3. Sign the Autistic Self-Advocacy Petition, and take the poll on capitalist oppression and Autists.
  4. The Fight Neurelitism Ring was created for individuals with web pages reflecting the neurodiversity perspective. To join, please visit this page.
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  5. Finally, to participate in the Fight Neurelitism Campaign, copy one of the four codes (below) to your webpage, and upload the graphic to your server.

Option #1:

<a target="_blank" title="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="background-color:transparent"
href="http://www.neurelitism.com/"><img
src="fightneurelitism.gif" alt="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="border:none;width:100px;height:185px" /></a>

Fight Neurelitism!

Option #2:

<a target="_blank" title="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="background-color:transparent"
href="http://www.neurelitism.com/"><img
src="fightneurelitism2.gif" alt="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="border:none;width:185px;height:100px" /></a>

Fight Neurelitism!

Option #3:

<a target="_blank" title="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="background-color:transparent"
href="http://www.neurelitism.com/"><img
src="fightneurelitism3.gif" alt="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="border:none;width:55px;height:102px" /></a>

Fight Neurelitism!

Option #4:

<a target="_blank" title="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="background-color:transparent"
href="http://www.neurelitism.com/"><img
src="fightneurelitism4.gif" alt="Fight Neurelitism!"
style="border:none;width:102px;height:55px" /></a>

Fight Neurelitism!
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