About Me

I’m a mid-20s autistic adult. I answer to the name Hezekiah and would like to be pronouned with singular they. I spend most of my time in Massachusetts, where I live with my two partners (who are also autistic), and our two cats as a big queer autistic asexual family. In my spare time, I like crocheting, altering my clothing to make it fit better, playing video games (mostly Pokémon), and watching other people play video games.

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One thought on “About Me

  1. Hi! I just wanted to say that I love your blog! I am also an autistic asexual, and it’s very comforting to know I’m not alone 🙂
    – Ally

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