In this post, Milla talks about unsolicited advice and why well-meaning people need to stop doing it. Content note: examples of ableism and transphobia used to support arguments
In this post, Milla discusses the reasons she thinks politics is frustrating due to being a marginalised person. (CN for ableism, ableist slurs, fascism and te*f mentions to support arguments, no detail for either)
In this post, Milla talks about their experiences with games accessibility in light of recent events surrounding a game called Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Featured image description: Image is of a samurai in front of a burning Japanese-style temple. Text at top says "Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice" whereas the text on the bottom says "Take revenge. Restore your honour. Kill ingeniously."
As part of my preparation for life after I graduate, I have been spending some time throughout my last year at university learning about the graduate recruitment system that I would have to deal with to get a job at a major employer. The workshop I attended recently was about assessment centres and what I would have to deal with. (cont.)
(Image is of a person in a suit holding a handbag leaping towards a hill with the word "JOB" on it at sunset.)
In this post, Subtle discusses why we need autism acceptance in light of the recent BFI incident during Autism Awareness Month 2018.
In this post Subtle discusses more about his asexuality and how discovering it changed his view on relationships.
(cn: bullying, abuse, sex, ableism and misogyny)
Today’s post will talk a bit about learning limitations in relation to autism as this is something that I had come to realise quite recently and would like to share some thoughts.
(Content warning: descriptions of anxiety attacks and autistic meltdowns) Hi all, This is only the second post here on Subtle Writes, but it is going to be a venting post I’m afraid as I need to compile my thoughts based on an event that happened recently that is really stressing me out. It’s themed around … Continue reading No, “Biting the Bullet” Does Not Help With Social Anxiety