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Neurologic is a podcast produced by autistic Leo Jones about autism, autistic advocacy & self-advocacy, issues of importance to autistics and the autistic community, and much more.

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A Letter to Jeanafer

Nov 1, 2019

Disclaimer: This piece does not apply to all parents nor all my friends. If you're worried it might, you can e-mail me at; I welcome such conversation, and the willingness to examine one's self after reading this letter is a significant sign that such worries are misplaced.

I've wanted to...

30 Days of Autism Acceptance Challenge - Day 7: Favorite Autistic Blog(s)

Apr 9, 2019

I am switching day 7 and 8, as the day 7 topic - The Autism Community - is not as easy to write about, and frankly, I've got a lot to discuss. In the meantime, enjoy!

Below is a decent list of great blogs and pages to follow, but by no means complete nor in any order. I cannot pick just one favorite.


30 Days of Autism Acceptance Challenge - Day 6: Supports and Appreciation

Apr 9, 2019

There are so many people in my life that are extremely supportive, but for privacy reasons I'm leaving out their names. But I genuinely and deeply appreciate them, more than words can express. For the time being, I just want to briefly cover the supports that started me on the path that I find myself today:

My parents...

30 Days of Autism Acceptance Challenge - Day 5: Special Interests

Apr 8, 2019

My special interests change over time, but here's a few that have stuck with me for years:

- Yo-Yos

While I don't throw much anymore, I am still fascinated and enjoy yo-yos. I even still have a Hyper Yo-Yo case with nearly all of my yo-yos in it; my favorites include the Spintastics TigerShark, Henry's Viper, Yomega's...

30 Days of Autism Acceptance Challenge - Day 4: Reactions to “coming out”

Apr 5, 2019

Day 4 and I've fallen into a pattern of answering these late at night - this one will get posted a bit late. My apologies; I will get back on time by the weekend.

To be honest, I never called it “coming out” because I associated that phrase specifically with the LGBTQIA+ community, and as an otherwise straight...