Neuro Rainbow Cast with Autisticly Aar


The Jessica Espin Interview


contains references to self injurious meltdowns and references to the ideation of unaliving ones self.

Jess speaks to Autisticly Air about her diagnoses of autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, endometriosis and interstitial cystitis a condition which affects the bladder. She speaks of her late diagnoses and honestly her internalised ableism prior to coming to terms that she is autistic with stereotypes of autism in a patriarchal society proving a barrier of what she thought was autism. She speaks of how in the coronavirus pandemic it has helped peal a layer of the mask of and grow a popular TikTok channel where she shares content about her disabilities, social causes she is passionate and funny videos.

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