Autistic women* and nonbinary people share our stories

The Squarepeg podcast is all about giving autistic adults an opportunity to hear from other neurodivergent people.

I’m Amy Richards, and I chat with a different autistic guest each week about topics including late diagnosis (or self identification) and navigating education, work, relationships – and life in general – as neurodivergent adults.

I hope you’ll find these conversations inspiring and thought provoking, and that they’ll open you up to new ways of thinking about being autistic, and offer a sense of connection to the autistic community.

* Trans women are women

“This podcast has made me both laugh and cry with recognition and validation and I couldn’t be more grateful for it.”

{QuietAnne, Review on Apple Podcasts}

“My insides (and sometimes my outsides) do a little dance every time a new episode pops up – my appetite for Square Peg is impossible to satiate! Hearing other’s stories has been revolutionary for better understanding myself. “

{EverAutistic on Twitter}

“Your podcast is like hearing myself in ten different accents. I LOVE it. This has helped me more than talking to doctors or autism counsellors.”

{Fern Brady, Comedian}

“Your podcast is like hearing myself in ten different accents. I LOVE it. This has helped me more than talking to doctors or autism counsellors.”

{Fern Brady, Comedian}

“My insides (and sometimes my outsides) do a little dance every time a new episode pops up – my appetite for Square Peg is impossible to satiate! Hearing other’s stories has been revolutionary for better understanding myself. “

{EverAutistic on Twitter}

“This podcast has made me both laugh and cry with recognition and validation and I couldn’t be more grateful for it.”

{QuietAnne, Review on Apple Podcasts}

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Autistic women* and nonbinary people share our stories

The Squarepeg podcast is all about giving autistic adults an opportunity to hear from other neurodivergent people.

I’m Amy Richards, and I chat with a different autistic guest each week about topics including late diagnosis (or self identification) and navigating education, work, relationships – and life in general – as neurodivergent adults.

I hope you’ll find these conversations inspiring and thought provoking, and that they’ll open you up to new ways of thinking about being autistic, and offer a sense of connection to the autistic community.

* Trans women are women

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