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We would like as many people as possible, to not only read, watch and share what we’re offering, but to take part too. Everything we post under these subjects, be it on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram will have the hashtag #TakeTheMaskOff. If you want to join in, please make sure that you attach that hashtag too, so that other people can find your work.
If you want to look for everything associated with the campaign, in the search bars of each each Social Media platform, just put #TakeTheMaskOff
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Join in with 6 weeks of Blogs, Vlogs, Videos, Interviews, personal, experiences, on and offline content on all Social Media platforms covering the topics below.
You decide if you’re going to fully take part, or dip in and out – but the most important thing is helping to teach those who don’t understand about Masking and why it’s important to have Acceptance so that Autistic people can #TakeTheMaskOff
Week 1 23-29 July What is masking? What it’s like to wear the mask.
Week 2 30-5 Aug What is Stimming? How is it related to Masking?
Week 3 6-12 Aug How does Masking affect Mental Health?
Week 4 13-19 Aug What is burnout? How is it connected to Masking?
Week 5 20-26 Aug Diagnosis/self-awareness. How does that impact Masking?
Week 6 27-2 Sep Coping Strategies. What can help you not to Mask. Using it purposefully?
The Finale 3-10 Sep #TakeOffTheMask How people have been affected by the week.
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The Autistic Advocate – picture appears to be a white masculine person with short hair and glasses and some short facial hair. The picture is black and white.
Neurodivergent Rebel – picture appears to be a white feminine person wth red glasses short reddish hair and pierced ears with a red jacket over a black shirt underneath.
Agony Autie – picture appears to be of a white feminine person with short pixie hair coloured blue. Wearing a pink and white floral print short sleeved top.Do I look autistic yet – picture appears to be a white feminine person with long sandy blonde hair that is darker towards the top of the head. Wearing a long sleeved black top.