- What she says: I'm fine
- What she means: It really bothers me that we live in a society where our value is determined by how well we're able to pass as neurotypicals to the point where it negatively affects my mental health. It's a problem that mentally ill people can't show symptoms without being terrified of having ableist language thrown into our faces and then get told that we're being overdramatic when we don't want to accept that. And why exactly is it that when I mention something positive about my disorder or say that I don't hate having it I'm romanticizing mental illness while neurotypicals can write stories and make movies about Broken People™ being fixed by the love of a good neurotypical person, which is so far from how it works in real life, but whenever I say that to anyone I'm told that it doesn't have to be realistic because it's fiction, even though it's reinforces the idea that I'm broken and that I need someone to fix me in order to get better. Also what is it with neurotypicals thinking that they have the right to speak over us about issues that don't directly concern them? Why are they so determined to make our lives more difficult than they already are?
In the real world where a wealthy person would have gotten a pat test immediately if a random un-wealthy ONS got pregnant, yes, a pat test after months sounds silly. However, we live in bizarro world where it has repeatedly been said no pat test has been taken. In bizarro world, literally anything could become the instigator of said pat test. B's constant unsafe car SC's, one hour a week visitation at the mall, GF smug-face nudging him for headlines, etc. Doesn't matter b/c everything is fake.