No Xmas for John Quays
- Jun 3, 2015
I'm not saying that online exposure to the trans/furry/etc communities are causing the rise in autism.
I'm saying it's caused by young kids general exposure to the internet (or even broaden that to "interactive screen-time", internet, PC/console games, constantly playing with Mommy's Iphone etc. anything where kids are interacting with a screen, not an IRL person), through stuff like learning facial expressions more off screens than with a parent who'll respond and interact with them, or just the general trend of less time interacting face-to-face, more time popping bubbles on Mommy's Ipad.
It's only well after the autism has already set in that furry/trans etc communities come into it.
Kids interacting with screens not people is the cause, autism is the problem, and the furry/troon/incel stuff is a symptom.
A lot of the earlier research surrounding autism was in fact centered around whether the mother's parenting decisions made kids autistic, but there's still no solid proof of anything. From what we know right now, genetics and prenatal conditions are the most statistically predictable causes.