Googling around for civil rights information (not AS specific, but general), I was greeted with an ad box at dictionary.com. First on the list was Autism Civil Rights, followed by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Black History, MLK, etc. Curious, I clicked on autism civil rights and found this:
Ads by Google about Autism Civil Rights related to your search for civil rights
including these (links disabled here):Treat Autistic Adults: Become a certified analyst Early Intervention Services delivered in your home ABA Therapy: The best therapy for autismPowerful ABA Software Package: Amazing Price! Autism Treatments: All the Autism Treatment Services!
About these ads:These ads about Autism Civil Rights are related to your search for civil rights.The links in these ads are administered and maintained by Google.
Is it any wonder so many people are confused? What would happen if this kind of information appeared under "Black Civil Rights" or associated with any other disenfranchised group? Since when do "civil rights" consist of attempts to ELIMINATE diversity?
Let Google and Dictionary.com know what you think about this misleading and outrageous display. This is not an April Fools Day joke.