Talking about neurodiversity, monotropism & more with Scottish activist Fergus Murray

I had an amazing conversation with Fergus Murray, a Scottish science educator, writer, autistic advocate and author of the website.

We talked about the concept of monotropism, which was co-founded by Murray’s late mother, Dr. Dinah Murray, as well as Fergus’s experiences growing up in a neurodivergent household and the joys of Autscape! We also discussed the problems of the Spectrum 10k project and aspie supremacy, the future of neurodiversity and the importance of being weird.

Listen to the podcast by playing the audio file below, or on streaming sites like Spotify, Stitcher or iTunes.

Read the transcript below the audio file.

Transcript by Julie-Ann Lee: Noncompliant_transcript_Fergus Murray

Fergus Murray is an autistic science teacher, writer and community organiser–a co-founder, and the current chair, of AMASE (Autistic Mutual Aid Society Edinburgh). Fergus’s mom, Dinah Murray, was a pioneering autistic researcher and activist as well as co-creator of the theory of Monotropism. Fergus has authored the website and  is the founder of They also create slow-motion videos of water, and giant puppets.

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