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L0V3 AIN’T WHAT YOU THINK IT IS, KID.

The only time I have ever questioned the obvious reality of the validity of evolution was in college, actually during a lecture on the subject.  The guest speaker made the comment that “The male attracts his mate by exhibiting his strongest talent around females of the species…”  HA!!  This fraud had clearly never followed a young girl around … Continue reading

The Pursuit of Silence

Auditory Sensitivity in Those with Asperger’s Syndrome (It’s been a ‘loud’ day, so I thought I’d share what that means.) Asperger’s is marked by numerous atypical attributes including sensory sensitivity and sensory selectivity.  Effects are realized through sight, sound, taste, touch, and smell.  I’ll touch on sound sensitivity in this post. Before we begin, it’s … Continue reading