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According to Merriam-Webster, Neurodiversity is definied both as "individual differences in brain functioning regarded as normal variations within the human population" and "the concept that differences in brain functioning within the human population are normal and that brain functioning that is not neurotypical should not be stigmatized."
But there is no such thing as a typical neurodiverse person with typical experiences. So let's listen to neurodiverse people speak for themselves.