English citations of allistic

Adjective: "(neologism) nonautistic"Edit

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  • 2003, Andrew Main, "Allism: An Introduction to a Little-Known Condition", 30 January 2003:
    [] Mine may be the last generation in which autistic people routinely reach adulthood undiagnosed. But diagnosis is only the start of the solution: there are thousands of aspects of daily life in industrialised society that are unintentionally tailored to allistic modes of thought and make life difficult for autistic people. []
  • 2011, Alicia Lile, "Autistics Speaking Day – Changing from shame to pride", Shift, 11 November 2011:
    [] I don’t know how many times I erased something good I wrote here and tried to diminish what I know is right, I changed from ‘being autistic is a good thing’ to ‘being autistic is not such a bad thing’, I changed so I could make allistic (non-autistic) people comfortable, []
  • 2012, Kaci Ferrell, "The Big Bang Theory season 6 episode 1 review: The Date Night Variable", Den of Geek, 28 September 2012:
    Seeing Sheldon navigate a relationship with an allistic (non-autistic) person has been a real treat for me.
  • 2013, Lenore Bell, "Trigger Warnings: Sex, Lies and Social Justice Utopia on Tumblr", Volume 6, Number 1, Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network:
    Due to confluence of identities, many participants take pains to list what privileges and "disprivileges" they possess. The Tumblr "Fractured Refuge" states that such a list provides accountability when talking about social justice issues:
    "I am white. I am allistic. (I am not autistic.) I am dyadically sexed. (I am not intersexed.) []
  • 2013, Corbett Joan O'Toole, "Disclosing Our Relationships to Disabilities: An Invitation for Disability Studies", Disability Studies Quarterly, Volume 33, Number 2 (endnote):
    As with the rest of the article, I am following the conventions of the disabled people I am discussing. Autistics prefer to be called "autistic" and perceive the term "people with autism" as an allistic (non-autistic) phrase.
  • 2013, Ianthe M. Belisle Dempsey, "Autism Acceptance Month (And Why Autism $peaks Should Stop Talking)", Indy (Bloomington–Normal, Illinois), Volume 12, Number 10, April 2013, page 1:
    The ASMC, like A$, aims mostly at helping to ease the “burden” autistic children and family members place on their allistic relatives and caretakers.
  • 2014, Stormy O'Brink, "People with disabilities are not broken", The Northern Iowan (University of Northern Iowa), Volume 110, Issue 54, 28 April 2014, page 4:
    For those who don’t know, Autism Speaks has an executive board and leadership made entirely of allistic people, or people who are not autistic.
  • 2015, Sasha Tyner, "The Meaning of 'Autistic'", Kelowna Capital News, 6 February 2015, page A27:
    It seems a fairly common practice for allistic parents to deem their autistic children too difficult to care for, and end their lives.
  • 2015, Emer McHugh, "Is there anything as strange as a normal person? Being autistic is a feminist issue", Sin (National University of Ireland, Galway), Volume 16, Issue 11, 18 March 2015, page 12:
    But how can allistic people (i.e., non-autistic people) help?
  • 2015, Elyse Guziewicz, "Should Autism Speak(s) for everyone?", The Beacon (Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), Volume 68, Issue 19, 14 April 2015, page 14:
    Most shockingly, one mother admits that she wanted to commit a murder/suicide by driving herself and her [autistic] daughter off a bridge, which she found preferable to her daughter "not making any progress." She states the only reason she didn't go through with it is for the benefit of her [second] allistic daughter.
  • 2015, JoSelle Vanderhooft, "Preface", in Accessing the Future (eds. Djibril al-Ayad & Kathryn Allan), (2015), →ISBN, page vii, published 22 April 2015:
    An autistic in “Lyric” uses a program to communicate with the allistic (non-autistic) people around them while reaching out to a Frankenstein's monster of a creature that the neurotypical world can't figure out what to do with.