actually scratch my last reply.. the best way to really grasp disabilities is honestly to talk to people with one, or read accounts of people with em. Even if representation of a disability, we only get some much from what they give us.
I know that’s the best way to get down to things, but I’m honestly too nervous/anxious to ask people questions, especially questions that might seem arbitrary or stupid. I’m also way more of a visual learner, if I could just sit there and observe a person going about their average day that would be great. But people-watching isn’t really an option. I’m not sure where a good place would be to find accounts from people and even with them sometimes it’s still not enough. Like earlier I was doing a lot of digging for accounts of people who use wheelchairs to figure out what kind of obstacles Flowerpants would have to face and any adjustments she’d have to make to her life and how she would go about her morning routine and I can’t find anything detailed enough for me.
shounen note isnt about a girls school and the mc is a guy but hes hinted to be on the autism spectrum and outright confirmed to have sensory disorders, a lot of it is him coping with it.
I’m starting this right now, I love Yutaka already
yooo does anyone know any good movies/shows/anime/manga/webcomics involving all-girls schools and/or people with disabilities?
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THERE IS ACTUALLY NOT A BETTER FEELING THEN TO HAVE A BESTFRIEND WHO ALSO THINKS OF U AS THEIR BESTFRIEND
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