Author Archives: Titanium Lily

Product Review: Turan (Aphrodite) Oil by Lykeia Botanica

I’m a big fan of customized oil blends for religious/devotional purposes, making them at home myself at times.  As such, I was thrilled to receive a tester of a lovely new oil for Turan (Etruscan name for Aphrodite). This devotional … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to my Parents

Dear Mom and Dad, I know we frequently disagree on political matters and because we care for one another, we tend to not bring up politics around each other. Generally speaking, that’s a good policy; but there are times when … Continue reading

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To Trump voters

People who voted for Trump fall into one of three categories: People who believed Trump would attempt to fulfill his campaign promises. People who didn’t believe Trump would really attempt to fulfill his campaign promises but just wanted to vote … Continue reading

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Why you need to stop using the puzzle piece to represent autistic people

I hate the puzzle piece. I hate it with every fiber of my being. Therefore, since in a lot of places it’s national autism awareness month, I’m going to write about why you shouldn’t use the p… Source: Why you … Continue reading

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Autism Moms™ Allow Me To Explain

Originally posted on The Bullshit Fairy:
I have noticed there has been an increase to activity on a post I made last year about Autism Moms™ and the way they use that “term” like a badge of honour. I am…

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This is the last time I’m going to say this

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Why I Left ABA

Originally posted on Socially Anxious Advocate:
Trigger Warning: ABA, ableism, institutionalized child abuse [Image Description: A bright red door with a brass knob and a faded mail slit. To its left, there is a long, dark windowpane with some decoration…

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