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In one unit, we discuss in brutal, graphic detail the long and continuing history of involuntary sterilizations of disabled people, Po C, and disabled Po C specifically. The idea that disabled people are incapable of parenting, shouldn't reproduce more disabled people, and shouldn't be having sex ... It's the very same idea that led to the Nazi's T-4 program.

The point that I am trying to make, that I sincerely doubt you will ever be willing to listen to (but yet hope against hope you will), is that your son is a full human being. He is autistic and human and these are not contradictory. Being autistic does not mean we cannot love or care.

This is meant for Judith Newman, though I have no idea whether she will ever bother to read this blog post, and frankly, I would be terrified of whatever response she might have.

But this must be said, by as many of us as can summon the courage to speak or write or sign it, and so here I am, urging anyone who wishes to do something to support actually autistic people not to buy this book written by a non-autistic parent of an autistic teen, in which (among many other horrifying things) she enthusiastically advocates for sterilizing her son and other autistic people to prevent us from reproducing and fulfilling our inevitable destiny to be naturally shitty parents (her ideas, not mine).

She said that she can only imagine him ever having sex with the Benny Hill soundtrack playing along with her mental image of it, and that that means it would have to be going horribly wrong.

She said that he will die alone because no girl (assuming he must be heterosexual and only interested in girls/women) could ever want him.

One day, if he hasn't yet, your son will read what you wrote about him, publicly, and my heart breaks for him for when that day comes. An autistic person dropped everything and drove three hours nonstop to get to me when I was in the middle of a mental health crisis. I know an autistic person with multiple disabilities and chronic illnesses who performed life-saving labor for another disabled person who was almost left for dead, even at the expense of their own physical health. You say your son cannot be a father or a loving partner because he can't love or care for others. If he still loves you after finding out about this horror show of a book, he will have already proved you wrong.

(And surely you must know how much we hate interruptions to routine/sudden changes.) That's autistic love and care. You say he should not father a child because he is immature.

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