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I utterly love Alis Rowe, The Girl With The Curly Hairs' explanations, they resonate so strongly with me, things that I know and feel but find it so hard to put into coherent sentences, thank you Alis, for all you do to support Autistics and the Neurotypicals that surround them, thank you, so much more than I can even begin to say (literally and figuratively). x