• Wikipediocracy: participative site exposing Wikipedia and giving a forum outlet to everyone hurt by its infighting, frequently unfair administrating, and telling participants they are not entitled to anything.
  • Wikipedia Sucks. A newer forum and blog, started 2016, which thinks sadly that Wikipediocracy has undermined itself by encouraging too many Wikipedia admins, who were not outrightly opposing the ‘pedia, to join its forum. The ‘ocracy was meant to be an opposition to the ‘pedia, not to turn into a service for helping to run it! (NB – Sucks is no longer at its original ProBoards url.)
  • TripAdvisor Warning seemingly dormant, a dedicated substantial resource exposing the vast quantity of wilful legal wrongs and deliberate bad standards by TripAdvisor and bullying of small businesses through it.
  •  Libertarian Education – Lib Ed. Anti-school journal now moved online.
  • www.authoritarianschooling.co.uk Authoritarian Schooling: A Catalogue of Damage compiled by David Gribble
  • www.libed.org.uk/index.php/articles/354-twelve-reasons-not-to-set-homework
  • Schooling and the industrial machine A poor world perspective against school, from the development scene that so often is deludedly for it. From the Local Futures site, by a writer in India, Suprabha Seshan.
  • personalised education now “personalised” to what the child wants, whether home education or small school experiments. Child centred. Anyway, it’s the UK’s focal anti-school ideas organisation. The only thing wrong with it has been an element who are sceptical of ADHD’s reality.
  • aero-alternative education resource organisation  American site on democratic and libertarian schools and their theory. Associated with a book The End Of Homework.
  • From www.silencehelpsnoone.com a US story by a child sex crime victim put into mental institution for reporting it, and ordered to stop believing it happened or else never be released.
  • Auntie Psychiatry a satirical blog with incisive cartoons in a great scrollable format.
  • absoluteprohibition.wordpress.com Campaign to support UNCRPD on absolute prohibition of psychiatric commitment and forced treatment.
  • An Ordinary Life Too short book available free online as PDF, a grassroots compilation issued by the Autism Network Scotland, and forming a guide document attached to the national autism strategy which ANS helps to run.  Grassroots aspie voices in Scotland on a range of practical life issues, including: wariness of mental health systems, safe access to diagnosis, corruption in groups and by advocacy services, and social inclusion.
  • www.enusp.org European network of ex-users and survivors of psychiatry.
  • Sara Arenson founder of an anti-psychiatry association in Manitoba, Canada. Spectrum Fairness linked to her campaign when she was interned by the system in 2005 on grounds of diagnosis with a “biological brain disorder”.
  • www.madinamerica.com/2015/12/deafening-silence-what-happens-when-a-whistle-blows-and-nobody-hears/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=linkedin&utm_source=socialnetwork What it’s like to try to whistleblow against prescription of damaging drugs in community mental health in the northeast US.
  • Describing the Rosenhan-Seligman experiment, 70s, which showed psychiatry unable to distinguish healthy folks planted in hospitals, from its patients.
  • www.assupportgrouponline.org/apps/blog/entries/show/42961801-a-s-s-g-o-christmas-message-d If any aspie is living in unfairness it’s the host of ASSGO Emma Thomson, whose son was given a so-called “protection plan” from before birth leading to a forced adoption.
  • Why does Britain drive its young men insane? by Paris Lees, on the unbearability and abusiveness of macho peer pressure, for NT men too, and the insulting absurdity of fearing doing anything girly.
  • Learning and Behaviour Charitable Trust New Zealand “This site is designed to give you the information and resources you may need if you know someone with a learning or behaviour difficulty. We welcome all feedback and input, as it is our aim to make this the premium site for learning and behaviour difficulties in New Zealand. Please fell free to email us about anything you find or would like to see available here by using the links on each page.”LBCTNZ has been very supportive on SF’s question of internet communities needing to treat spectrumites fairly. 🙂 But an important feedback message from here is on the need to distinguish between ASDs, which don’t involve any intellectual impairment, and “Learning Disabilities”, which by the term’s usual meaning do.
  • Indymedia UK Indymedia UK is a network of individuals, independent and alternative media activists and organisations, offering grassroots, non-corporate, non-commercial coverage of important social and political issues. Sometimes there is cause to be cross about items unexplainedly not getting on there, but lots of important items about things the normal media would hush up, do get on there.
  • pathetic motorways Amazing fun.
  • an old “autistic spectrum” news blog A blog, become inactive since 2004, still with long lists of links to
    “Current news on Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, diet, ADD, Depression, environmental issues and more. “
  •  Rewriting history for their own ends [Broken link – kept because the item is worth searching for elsewhere and remembering. It was..] a shocking article on Tito Mukhophadyay and how a message of autistic pride gets used by forces wanting to cure autism in bad ways. Why is it harder in America for an autistic to be heard?

As a perpetual reminder of what goes on in Wikipedia, of why not to follow it as a source of reliable or useful facts, follow each of these links and let them speak for themselves. Then save them: