A female executive details the different experiences she had coming out as a queer woman and coming out as autistic and explains how companies can create safe, non-stigmatizing cultures.
I was diagnosed with autism at the age of 41. Like many other women on the spectrum, I’d become an expert at masking my differences—even from myself—and mimicking others to fit in. It wasn’t until I got a high score on an informal autistic masking quiz that I realized just how differently I experienced the world compared to those around me.
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