Smart article. My real beef with “neurodiversity” is the “neuro-” prefix. There is absoliutely no reason to believe that there is anything “neuro” going on, that is, something in the brain. Same as psychiatric issues. There is no reason to believe that anything “neuro” or in the brain is going on with someone who hears voices or has visions, wants to die, or whatever. This is a BIG problem for neurodiversity advocates who want to create a worldview in which some of us “have” “special/different” brains or neurology, and some don’t. It’s not tenable. It’s not real.