Yeah exactly. Don’t worry though. If you are already viewed as “MI” by people with bigoted beliefs it won’t matter too much if you are super positive and showing up to work. If I smile, I am showing teeth so it’s probably a sign of aggression. If I am kind to you it is probably because I am the “charming type of dangerous”. If you view me as educated or articulate it’s probably the whole “dangerous genius” thing. If I’m not as educated or I make mistakes, clearly it’s a sign that I am “not all there” and you should run away. Anyway that’s of course not to dismiss that people behaving in ways that are misunderstood, or “presenting as MI per the DSM” for instance have it FAR worse than me when it comes to people with bigoted beliefs. So often subjected to an over-policing, overblown fear/hate response, completely punitive responses, lacking in accommodations I consider reasonable, behaviors totally taken out of context. No forgiveness. No love. No understanding. But since I am viewed as dangerous I can just be discriminated against more covertly so they have plausible deniability on their side, OR overtly since I am just “bad”. Since I am viewed as disabled feel free to take my story from me. Steal it. Feel free to treat me like trash. It’s not bigotry because I deserve this. Okay rant over.