Autistic culture and the medical perspective of autism are at odds. The gold standard interventions for autism lauded by medical and educational professionals alike is considered abusive by the autistic community. People Like Me allows nonspeaking autistic people to speak out against the intervention that seeks to make them normal, and declare their pride in being members of a community and culture that sees autism as a natural and just part of human diversity. This copy of People Like Me has open captions and open audio description. A higher resolution file is available for projections. Please contact Marrok Sedgwick to request the higher resolution file via the contact form at fearlessmindstheatrical.org.