Sheldon Cooper lives a magical life. Not only does he have Asperger's but he has a loyal support group of friends and family. His symptoms are merely quirky and endearing, if a bit off-putting. Sheldon has even deceived the writers... Continue Reading →
Imagine, running naked across San Francisco in a crowd of 80K runners and a 100K spectators as an act of self-affirmation - with a bit of protest thrown in.
(Or: Some Things That Make Me Me) Everyone’s different, in all kinds of weird and interesting ways. In recent years, I’ve been coming to better understand some of my own weirdnesses and how they impact on how I see the... Continue Reading →