DO NOT TAG FLASHING POSTS WITH “EPILEPSY” THE EPILEPSY TAG IS FOR SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WITH EPILEPSY
Heads up to who’s going to see Spiderman 2, it contains flashing lights.
i am leaving for inpatient treatment for 6-10 weeks. my sister will be taking over the blog in the meantime. i hope she can manage everything just as well. i will miss you all!
hahaha yeah ES’s sister hope you don’t screw this up too bad
oh and best of luck to ES (awkward cough)
I missed the blood moon last night because I have to be in bed by 8 EST to be up in time for a job/class I don’t have.
I had a seizure last night.
Anonymous asked: PSA to the epilepsy community: Captain America 2 contains a scene that was really intense bright lights and sounds, more so than just a regular battle scene.
"Did I Take My Meds Today Or Do I Only Think I Did Because I Always Do But Lately The Days Are Running Together As I Continue To Deteriorate: A Collection of Short Stories About Life, Love, and whatever else it takes to sell this goddamn book"
Disneyland and Walt Disney World now have guidebooks for guests with cognitive disabilities (such as autism). They include the above charts of what to expect at each attraction (strong smells, loud noises, restraint types used, duration, and more), lists of quiet areas for when you need down time, and answers to frequently asked questions, among other tips.
If you don’t want to download a PDF (or prefer to click the download link on Disney’s site directly), here are their pages for Services for Guests with Cognitive Disabilities: Disneyland | Walt Disney World
This is awesome.
I’ve been spending all this precious time even though I’ve been busy/sick/terrorized/stressed these past few weeks trying to teach people how to tag gifs for the safety of those who may have photosensitive reactions to pulsating or strobing gifs and they’re still out there tagging shit like this with seizure warnings:
makes me wanna