Autism is as important as our race or races, our sex or sexes, our sexual orientations, our religions, our languages, our cultures. It is one fundamental and basic element of our personality or personalities because we learn how to play at that level.

To hide the fact we become permanent actors and we play several roles and characters at the same time, trying to have these roles admired, congratulated and thus to remain clandestine autistic people in society.

And as one principal wrote one day in an administrative report that was NOT communicated to me: “Mr. XXX has relapsed again.” One character of my palette must have been too tense for his taste, so he went back to the administrative label.

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