Hi, I’m Aimee and Welcome to my blog. This is just a little bit about me.
I am from the Uk and live, currently, in Leeds. I live with my parents at the moment, their three dogs and my younger brother who is also autistic and has ADHD. I’ve always loved writing and have spent a lot of my life writing short stories.
Why I made a blog…
I decided to create a blog to express myself. I’m quite a quiet person and I don’t let a lot of people into my world, which I am working on trying to change. I love to write and I think a little time away from fiction will do me good.
Type of Content…
I will be writing about sexuality, Autism, relationships, feminism and anything else that pops up. I think there is a lot of stigma around autism so I will be mainly focusing on that and my experiences. Feminism is a big part of my life as well, so I will probably be writing about that too!
Hopes and Dreams…
I am hoping that this blog will help others to feel more confident and to express themselves. I think waiting until your comfortable to put on that bikini or join that gay group, or begin a degree can be a lifelong struggle of indecision if you let it. The best thing to do, I’ve found, is to jump in with both feet (no matter how scary) and do it. I’m hoping once my Masters is finished to start my PhD and become a researcher/tutor. That is my dream, and if I can help people along the way with my thoughts, experiences and writing then that’s fantastic! What more could I want ; ) However, if it doesn’t work out (because we are in reality here) then I would like to write content or go into marketing. I know with my autism that will be difficult with all the people and what not, but I want to try at least.
Recently I’ve decided to create resources to help other autistic individuals with their studies! I will be sharing everything I know (and learned). From literature searching to referencing! If you have any queries or anything in particular you would like to talk about then feel free to contact me via social media!
I also write on Wattpad as: Autistic_Feminist