About

I am an autistic mathematics graduate from the University of St Andrews. I write about autism and neurodiversity, as well as politics – both domestic and international. All views expressed in this blog are entirely my own and do not reflect the position of any organisation I am part of.

My pronouns are she/her.

Things you can expect from my blog:
– A pro-neurodiversity stance on autism issues
– Opposition to eugenics and ABA
– Information on asexuality
– A pro-EU and pro-Scottish independence stance
– Discussion of mental health
– Comment on the climate emergency
– Comment on international politics
– The odd philosophical essay that I’m not really qualified to write

My Writing Elsewhere

This is a list of writing I have had published elsewhere. I shall endeavour to keep it up to date, to the best of my ability.

Politics

SNP Students’ Blog: Comment on 50/50 Campaign

SNP Students’ Blog: We Must Support Clara Ponsatí from Political Persecution

The National: SNP Students have just launched their 50/50 campaign… this is why,
(co-authored with Mhairi Burnett, Emma Hendrie and Caitlin Keeper)

YSI Blog: Gendered Marketing is Damaging Children

Fiction

Jabberwookie Magazine: Time, or a side effect of the apocalypse, (Issue 7)
A post-apocalyptic short story set in the remains of Scotland. 20 year old Joanna has spent most of her life alone, surviving against all odds. She finds a tale of an experiment from before the apocalypse in an old book that could save them all, and sets off to find it.

Jabberwookie Magazine: Secrets On All Sides, (Issue 9)
A murder mystery set on a space station in the 24th century. Detective Rosalie Lyon must find out who killed an alien corporate representative, with suspects including communist protesters, a time traveller from the 21st century, and Rosalie’s own girlfriend.