This edition addresses the subject of late diagnosis. Our readers share their various stories and experiences on this issue and how it has affected them. 

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Recommended read: 'Being an unperson' 

A particular highlight from this issue is Richard's feature on 'Being an unperson'.

Extract

Being an unperson is having people talk to a stereotype instead of you. It’s having people talk to your autism, or your depression or your sad feelings instead of you.

Being an unperson is people being convinced you have no internal motivation, and they must construct it for you, out of gummy bears and M’n’Ms.

By Richard