User:Muffinator

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General philosophy
Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg This user believes in the right of every human being to have access to Wikipedia.
Autism spectrum infinity awareness symbol.svg This user believes in neurodiversity.
Autism Anti-Awareness Ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user supports autism acceptance, not awareness.
Editing philosophy
Be bold.png This user is bold, but not reckless, in updating pages.
Unbalanced scales.svg This user strives to maintain a policy of neutrality on controversial issues.
Post a note, please This user believes that edits need
useful summaries
Admin mop question.svg This user is not a Wikipedia administrator but would like to be one someday.
WikiProjects
WikiProject Disability This user is a member of WikiProject Disability.
WikiProject Autism logo, July 2014.png This user is a member of WikiProject Autism.
Expertise
LOG This user is an expert in Logic.
DIS This user is an expert in Disability studies.
Interpersonal
Thumb up icon.svg This user likes to use the thank button.
No sexism racism homophobia.jpg This user avoids revealing information about theirself to preclude prejudice from other users.

I'm just here to make Wikipedia better. I believe in it as a resource, but recognize that without constant improvement, it cannot serve its intended purpose.

My additions to Wikipedia are bold, but not reckless. Bold because I believe in common sense and that Wikipedia is not a bureaucracy, reckful because I believe in Wikipedia's neutrality and avoid pursuing personal agendas. Consensus is important, but we do not need to lock down an article every time someone changes "but" to "and".

I correct typos I stumble upon in any article, but pay most of my attention to articles related to disability, especially autism.

As Wikipedia has given major preferential treatment to the autism cure movement and the medical model of disability, any editor who strives for neutrality may give the appearance of being allied with the autism rights movement and the social model of disability.

You might think that I'm autistic and therefore biased with regards to autism-related topics, or that I'm allistic and therefore don't have a frame of reference. Please determine which identity gives me more credibility, and assume I'm that.

This page is minimalist because I'm not here to self-aggrandize. If you wish to commend my good work, please do so on the talk page.

Contributions[edit]

I created* or made substantial contribution to the following pages:

Userboxes I created[edit]

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Thumb up icon.svg This user likes to use the thank button.
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 {{User:UBX/Autistic Rainbow}}
Autism spectrum infinity awareness symbol.svg This user is autistic.
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 {{User:UBX/Autistic Taupe}}
Tone It Down Taupe ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user is autistic.
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 {{User:UBX/Autistic PFL}}
Autism Anti-Awareness Ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user is autistic and does not have autism.
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 {{User:UBX/Neurotypical}}
y45px This user is neurotypical.
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 {{User:UBX/Neurodivergent}}
y45px This user is neurodivergent.
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 {{User:UBX/Allistic Not NT}}
y45px This user is allistic, but not neurotypical.
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 {{User:UBX/Autism Ally}}
Tone It Down Taupe ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user is an autism ally.
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 {{User:UBX/Autism Acceptance}}
Tone It Down Taupe ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user supports autism acceptance.
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 {{User:UBX/Autism Accept Not Aware}}
Autism Anti-Awareness Ribbon, Aug 2014.svg This user supports autism acceptance, not awareness.
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 {{User:UBX/Neurodiversity}}
Autism spectrum infinity awareness symbol.svg This user believes in neurodiversity.
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