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Also, (please anyone correct me if I'm wrong) but doesn't this umbrella-term basically advocate for children with a learning or developmental disorder to have proper accessibility in their academic environments, so they can flourish and have their "genius/savant-ness/creativity" shine? Because she's damn right that her being a 2e is "doubtful", apparently even in her better school all she did was have "college level reading" and be accused of being a cookie-smelling heartbreaker. 

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Is narcissism a disability? 

 

narcissism disorder is

Also, (please anyone correct me if I'm wrong) but doesn't this umbrella-term basically advocate for children with a learning or developmental disorder to have proper accessibility in their academic environments, so they can flourish and have their "genius/savant-ness/creativity" shine? Because she's damn right that her being a 2e is "doubtful", apparently even in her better school all she did was have "college level reading" and be accused of being a cookie-smelling heartbreaker. 

 

 2e means exactly that so ye doubt 100%

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(building off of the previous commenters questions)

Ive never heard of 2e. I found a website on it and it looks like they call it "twice exceptional students", I wonder if this label extends to college students/ adult learner's...?

but I've heard the term savant syndrome used to describe adults. Perhaps they are related? (Would be hilarious if Kenna starts calling herself a person with savants)

I'd love to hear from someone here with more knowledge on the subject

 
Gonna paraphrase off Google for this one, don't mind me!

"2E is a term used to describe gifted children who, have the characteristics of gifted students with the potential for high achievement and give evidence of one or more disabilities as defined by federal or state eligibility criteria."

"Savant syndrome is a condition in which someone with significant mental disabilities demonstrates certain abilities far in excess of average. The skills at which savants excel are generally related to memory."

From the top of my head what I've learned about both of these via my own research: They have the same basis, however, SS is more cognitive skill? I've seen some people also argue that the difference between SS and 2E is that SS isn't something necessarily pertaining to being gifted and doesn't directly influence IQ. 

I could totally be wrong but that's just the hypothesis I came to! Hopefully it makes a little bit of sense :^)

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2e is a term used in reference to disabled children as it relates directly to their learning environments, and the idea is used to help these kids develop their talents and gifts in childhood into skills they can use in adulthood for careers and success etc. kenna has NO gifts, talents, or skills. she didn't in school either. she can say she had 'college-level english' all she wants, her awful spelling, punctuation, misuse of vocabulary, grammar etc says otherwise. it is laughable that she would even entertain the idea of being 2e instead of flat out denying it - unless knocking together an aesthetic story post is considered a gift nowadays.

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when i received my own diagnosis, my IQ registered as “twice gifted” so i figured that’s what they’re referring to? it’s just a certain range of IQ scores, really, and IQ doesn’t matter anyway because it’s based off privilege.   

 

That's what i meant but somehow I got downvoted. In my country 2e = high IQ+Asperger's. In my country gifted=high IQ too. Is it different in the US? I got this in my diagnosis too but IQ is bullshit so it doesn't mean much. Savant's is another thing, it's not always related to autism even though most people with savant's syndrome are autistic. 

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As an autistic woman myself, I really, REALLY wish that Kenna, someone with 400k+ followers (some of which are people i know in real life), would discuss and share information about autism in WOMEN rather than autism in children.

 

if it's any consolation that won't be for much longer:

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she had her first gain in months followed by her biggest loss as soon as she started her millionth q&a. Evidently even her followers are getting fed up with how desperate she is to prove how ~uwu exceptional and unique~ she is.

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if it's any consolation that won't be for much longer:

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she had her first gain in months followed by her biggest loss as soon as she started her millionth q&a. Evidently even her followers are getting fed up with how desperate she is to prove how ~uwu exceptional and unique~ she is.

 

Shes so desperate to talk about herself when she does these Q&As, its no wonder she always loses followers straight after. They're probably figuring out what a narcissist she is and that 90% of the questions are asked by her and her answers are complete BS.

Also a bit OT regarding her Q&A about Rachel Maksy: I checked out of curiosity and Kenna dosent even follower Rachel on Insta? Or like any of her posts? She just said that she loved her, tagged her in her Q&A, and said she wanted to be friends/hangout with her yet she dosent bother following her. 

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Kenna follows Rachel, she commented on a few of her posts in the past and liked some pics. But usually is Rachel that comments on Kenna's posts. 

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New story! It’s just a video of her tripping and falling while she’s trying to model. I know she’s probably exaggerating, but how does this show that you’re putting any effort into your videos?8DF25240-11B6-4E5D-82CA-390D12EA2489.thu

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I wonder how she will portray Katara, the most awful psychotic character ever created in her opinion!

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Kenna: Katara is ableist

Also Kenna: *says psycho*

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New story! It’s just a video of her tripping and falling while she’s trying to model. I know she’s probably exaggerating, but how does this show that you’re putting any effort into your videos?8DF25240-11B6-4E5D-82CA-390D12EA2489.thu

 

lol is she filming another yesstyle haul? yaass gurl, keep contributing to fast fashion and consumerism! 

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