There will always be that ..................look😑💙🖕🏻
As an autism mum and advocate for those with special needs, I’m more than willing to give the middle finger for pig ignorance, it’s just the way I am, if you can’t read the signs , the non verbal child, obsessed and excited by veg isle , the flapping,the buggy, the noises !!!!!no matter what country your in there are special needs , don’t stare! Don’t tutt, walk by, are we bothering you ?
When abroad it’s almost ingrained in Oscar as part of the trip we go check out the crop at the local super market, the fruit and vegetables abroad is exciting for him he knows them all, pickle he says I take the pickle down, butternut squash I take it down and place in his lap he likes to touch smell feel rub them around his face, and yeh that is a bit odd but it’s his thing , suck it up Spanish old ladies dont Tutt and shake your head , would you rather he be kicking off in the sweet isle?
The last one he chooses is aubergine says it beautifully loved the smell and texture ,I stay a while letting him explore them once he’s had enough he drops them or if he really wont let go and he’s not sensory full yet ,we buy them, tonight he just wanted to hold each one then put them back , and that’s ok ,I don’t like that judge look you can feel burning into you and I give it the very strong middle finger , we have a disabled badge on the buggy , all Countries encounter differences , doesn’t matter where you are so I think ignorance is down to the person .
meanwhile I’m down the veg isle with my child rubbing vegetables all over his face 😂
And we do not care , I encourage people to stare so I know there looking when I give them my middle finger 💙aubergine, butternut, corgette, pickle 🖕🏻