What One Man Learned When He Treated His Autism Symptoms With Shrooms
"That trip was like an '80s movie starring me. I saw what my life could be like, without computers and all that rubbish. It gave me the most hope I've ever known."
As an Autistic Woman, My Biggest Barrier to Care Is Sexism
This has led to diagnostic problems, mental health issues, and cultural stigma for many autistic women like me.
Legalize It Already
The Compelling Case for Treating Autism with Marijuana
These Israeli moms are fighting for the only treatment that's worked for their children.
Why One Software Company Is Going Out of Its Way to Hire People With Autism
One recent hire tells Motherboard he now feels like a "productive member of society."
PROFILES BY VICE
LARPing Saved My Life
In this episode of "Profiles by VICE" we meet Jon Gallagher, a LARPer with Asperger's syndrome who says live action role-playing has helped him make friends, learn social skills, and get a job.
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Are Autism Rates Actually on the Rise, or Do We Just Define 'Autism' Differently Than We Used To?
A new study suggests that it's actually the way we diagnose autism that has led to an apparent increase in the number of autistic children.
The Parents Who Give Their Children Bleach Enemas to 'Cure' Them of Autism
A substance called Miracle Mineral Solution has developed a cult following among a subset of the anti-vaxxer community, where it is believed to be a cure for everything from diabetes to AIDS.
This Woman Wants to Teach You How to Avoid Getting Shot by the Police
Why are American police officers shooting so many of their suspects? I asked Emily Iland, an advocate for safer police interactions, how we can all learn to better avoid a "stray bullet" from the cops.