I see everything around me as an inverted bell curve.
Finding a girl we need to give a girl flowers, go to a restaurant, say hi, get to know them, and fall in love.
Normal is to take care of people.
I like speaking up for myself.
I not retarded. I don’t speak retarded.
I define “normal” as the ability to maintain a self-sufficient and self-sustaining job, career, marriage, home, and family.
My experience of normality is that it is used to separate people who are considered “less than” in some way.
Disability means there are many things most people can do and I can’t.
Normal is a setting on the clothes dryer. It’s also a statisical concept. I’d rather talk about a quality life. A quality life is when someone is fulfilled. — Stephen Theoretical Models Life Cycle Theory: Stephen’s experiences as a young child informed his later development into a leader in the Autistic community.
Whenever I hear normal, I think of being natural.