Naturalistic Neurodiversity

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Ableism in Atheism Anonymous #39

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Do you consider yourself to be a person with a disability?


Have you (or do you personally know someone who has) felt out-of-place or limited your involvement with an atheist community because of disability-related situations?

Internet forums contain flashing and strobing ads, as do computer talks.

What steps could atheist communities take to become more inclusive?

Limiting contrasts in presentations is the most helpful.

The above is response #39 from the Ableism in Atheism survey.

This is something that is easy for people to overlook who do not have epilepsy, but when it comes to flashy presentations and computer graphics, less is more. Find out more at


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