“In many anime and manga, there are characters with disabilities, but for the majority, either they’re used as a reason for the main character to protect the evils of the world from. Usually, as the stories progress, they fade into the background. That wasn’t the case with Code Gease,” says Olivia McAdams. Olivia joins this episode of Autism Stories to discuss disability and autonomy in anime characters, learning Japanese, and her recent admittance into a masters program for disability and human development. To read Olivia’s article that we referenced in this episode visit https://www.cripcrapmedia.com/blog/blog-post-title-one-rlaje-ee6x8-j2efw. To updated on the latest Autism Stories episode by subscribing on your favorite podcast listening platform. If you could give us a positive rating and review on your favorite listening platform we would really appreciate that.
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