> There isn't anything to accept, it isn't about you and doesn't necessarily invoke
> you, you're feeling the need to inject yourself into the center of it for [unknown
> reasons] and I want to know why. I'm not sure why you're playing the victim here,
> I think very few people actually want you to feel bad about [Nonwhite Cultural
> Celebration Day], but you're VERY vocal about this not being about you and that being
> bullcrap so yes, people pick on you for being autistic. I'm not sure why that's
> surprising to you at all. You seem smart, put 2 and 2 together.
> If your way of celebrating being white is to put up signs at campuses saying "It's
> ok to be white" (lol), I retract all my previous objections. Knock yourselves out,
> it's cute. But don't pull at your bottom lip because other cultures want to celebrate
> (AND SHARE, BY THE WAY) their ways. That's just...
> ...dumb. You DO realize you can participate in all this stuff you're denouncing
> and get something out of it, right? Did that even occur to you? It doesn't have
> to be about you to celebrate it. You don't have to be black to appreciate MLK Jr.
> Day. You don't have to be white to appreciate Independence Day, like, you couldn't
> have honestly thought about this position very hard if you feel that's untrue.
Maybe you should read the question you asked, you did not ask why it has to be about you, you asked why he is entitled to participate to which I answered. Genuinely never been tested for autism, ADD, ADHD, or anything else that is not basic physical wellness like vision or stds though so I maybe you are on to something!