The Troubled Teen Who Tried to Bomb a Train and Wasn't Labeled a Terrorist
Why the then 19-year-old Damon Smith's case wasn't so black and white.
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I Didn’t Let Asperger Syndrome Stop Me From Having a Career in Music
“One thing you excel at when you have Asperger's is your individual passions. Some people get well into cars, others become film boffs or mathematicians. For me, it was all about music.”
Asperger Syndrome Seems More Prevalent Among Kids Who Identify as Opposite Gender
A small study that's the first of its kind in the United States suggests that children who identify as a gender other than they one they were born with are more likely to have Asperger syndrome than children in the general population.
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‘TimeSplitters: Future Perfect’ Is the Game That Helped Me Survive College
I was in an antisocial shell after a suicide attempt, but multiplayer gaming brought me back.
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How ‘L.A. Noire’ Created the Illusion of an Autistic Protagonist
Detective Cole Phelps became a cipher for my Asperger's issues, but in the end left me feeling cheated.