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Autistic People Should Embrace Our Special Interests

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When I moved to the Boston area to attend college, one thing immediately captivated me: The squirrels! Gray behemoths who would devour everything from pizza slices bigger than they were to brownies the size of their heads.

I would sometimes peer into a trash bin where one was foraging, and proclaim, “I know you’re in there!” as she would bound out with her latest squirreled-away treat.

Then, in the evening, I would count as many as 13 fluffy rodents in my line of sight who would congregate on Wellesley College’s academic quad, and I would stare in amazement at their perfectly curved squirrel bodies.

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