Chris Tidmarsh graduated from Hope College with a degree in chemistry and environmental studies. He got a job in environmental research but lost it shortly after and moved back home.
"Clearly, he needed a different path to apply his talents in the world of work," said his mother Jan Pilarski. Chris has autism.
"Nearly all of his peers with autism were chronically unemployed despite having post-secondary degrees," Pilarski wrote recently. “Our world seemed small and bleak. I didn’t have much hope to change the minds of potential employers to help Chris get a job. On the other hand, I saw an opportunity to be entrepreneurial about the staggering 90 percent unemployment rate confronting people with autism.”
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my art teacher keeps telling me my works not good enough anymore so on my rough self portrait i made sure to accentuate the heavy bags under my eyes to show her how tired I am of hearin her shit
"Homophobia: The fear that another man will treat you like you treat women." ~ (unattributed)
how do boys look good without makeup
Because society hasn’t told boys they look bad without it