#BoycottAutismSpeaks Image is a cartoon drawing of a kneeling person wearing a red infinity symbol necklace, hands up as if gesturing for help, their mouth taped over with a piece of blue tape labeled “A$.” Standing beside them is a cartoon caricature of Suzanne Wright, holding a roll of blue tape, patting the kneeling autistic person’s head, and wearing a blue puzzle piece pin. Her speech bubble says, “They’re VOICELESS, the poor things.”
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This Is Fine. refers to a panel from the web comic Gunshow where a dog is slowly engulfed in flames while proclaiming that everything is fine. It is used as a reaction image used by forum posters trying to say calm in stressful situations.
"Not a tragedy, not a burden, not a stereotype. We need no cure, we need care and acceptance. Autism Speaks uses shock and pity to raise funds for "research". It doesn't give autism a voice, it harms and fuels stereotypes."