It was never my intention in life to become a vaccine advocate. I have to do enough just advocating for my kids, as two of three are on varying degrees of the autism spectrum. Multiple times a year we have to draw up new treatment plans, new IEPs, start calling people out when things are not done the way we need them, making sure no one is trying to circumvent the younger child's service dog, etc. It's a tiring process, and I really don't need anything else added to it.
Then I came to the realization that advocating for vaccines and individuals with autism are becoming one and the same battle, and I have no choice but to fight.