I was tricked by memory into believing that life is a river of sorrows. Now I know, after committing memory to page, that it doesn't occupy our minds so much as our hearts. It’s less about what happened, or if it happened at all, than it is about what our hearts can endure. - Tulsa
My Unknown Avenger
In Seattle, right before a globalized digital economy would transform the world and while grunge took its last gasps of air before the end, my friend Mona was raped and urinated on by a man she knew.
Her friends take vengeance by violating and humiliating Mona's rapist then blowing up a photo of his humiliation on a poster reading - “Exoriare aliquis nostris ex ossibus ultor” (May you arise from my bones, my unknown avenger) - that they put up around town. When a rash of copycat posters all over Seattle follows, it gets the attention of national news and the FBI. I know because I was there. My name is Ruby.
You will never look at an autistic person the same way again
Series teaser with Special Guest, Steve Silberman
Part of a short video series highlighting conditions for neurodivergent people through stories and dark humor.
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