If you’re officially autistic or not, some of us (XXY) might have experienced this in school, too. We should raise awareness of bullying in school to prevent from long-term consequences (traumatical experience, anxiety and low self-esteem).
Anyone can become a victim of bullying, but it does seem that a disproportionate number of autistic people experience bullying at some point in their life. There are a number of reasons for this, and most of them are to do with the psychology of the person doing the bullying. There is something about autistic people that makes them appear to be `good victims` in the eyes of a potential bully. Probably the simplest way to illustrate this point is to list a few of the key issues below so that you can get some idea of what I am talking about.
- Autistic people tend to stand out from the crowd – one of the fundamental principles of autism is that if you have it you are not like everybody else around you. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing, and you don’t even have to be completely…
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