Category: Female Autism Phenotype
Bereavement and losing the ability to mask with Cat
Cat is an Australia-based, late-identified autistic individual who suddenly lost the ability to mask following the death of her baby.
My 5 favourite things about being autistic
Since so much content about autism is negative or focused on the difficulties and challenges, I wanted to talk about some of the good things!
Three issues facing newly diagnosed autistic women
You were just diagnosed as autistic. What now? Here are some issues commonly experienced by newly diagnosed autistic women.
Autistic person or person with autism?
What language do most folks on the spectrum prefer? Identity first (autistic person) or person first (person with autism)?
The challenging journey to female autism diagnosis
Many autistic women are not diagnosed until adulthood, often following wrong diagnoses, burnout, and sometimes multiple suicide attempts.
5 signs you may be an undiagnosed autistic woman
A checklist of 5 things that could help identify autism in adult women and those who identify as female or gender fluid.
Common misdiagnoses given to undiagnosed autistic women
Before being diagnosed as autistic, many women go decades with the wrong diagnoses.
Facts about undiagnosed autism (infographic)
The latest statistics about undiagnosed autism in a helpful infographic.
What is the Female Autism Phenotype?
Here’s the real reason why women and girls fail to get diagnosed with autism.