Hi. I don't have a post for today. Is it Sunday again already? Hmm. Well, in that case, I'll just plug a few things I'm doing:
First, I'll be doing the 2012 Walk for Autism Delaware again this year! Last year I raised $463 for this cause, with the help of many of my readers! This year, I'm teaming up with my friends at Juniper Hill Farms. Help us reach our goal when you support us through the Dude, I'm an Aspie fundraising page! The April 21 walk will benefit adult vocational services, teen game night, parent information, and autism awareness and education. Thanks!
Second, please visit me on deviantArt! I've been posting some of my favorite cartoons from the past, with the backstory behind them. I'll also be putting up some never-before-seen things I've done. So do connect with me if you have an account, and stop by even if you don't. I've received a llama already. I don't know what that means, but it was quite nice. :)
And lastly, don't forget I have T-shirts! There are five designs now, including "I Need a 1-Up!" and "Neurotypical Is My Second Language." Is there a cartoon you'd like to see on a shirt? Tell me, and I can probably make it happen.
You did v well with the Indian "cultural appropriation" question, so here's a similar one. I'm a few generations down from full blooded New Zealand Maori, am white passing, but am a member of a Iwi (tribe) and fully accepted by them despite having a lot of Pakeha(white/European) blood too. I'm worried about embracing this part of my heritage and culture in case white people decide I'm appropriating Maori culture. Bear in mind my iwi fully accepts me. What can I do/say if I'm accused?
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