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Father’s Anger As No One Invites Autistic Son To Parties

An angry father posted a furious message calling out his friends for not inviting his autistic son to birthday parties.

Shane Stephenson said that his six-year-old son Reilly had not attended any events, and blamed mates for not understanding the schoolboy’s condition.

Shane angry message states ‘Reilly has autism, not f***ing leprosy’, has gone viral on Twitter after it was shared by his wife Christine.

Shane Stephenson revealed how his six-year-old son Reilly had not attended any events, and blamed mates for not understanding the schoolboy’s condition

Christine’s post – which she tagged ‘my husband’s message to his mates breaks my heart’ – has already received well over 5,000 likes and 2,000 retweets

The mother’s post – which she tagged ‘my husband’s message to his mates breaks my heart’ – has already received well over 5,000 likes and 2,000 retweets.

It read: ‘Right this has been brewing for some time so here it goes and you can like it or f***ing well lump it.

‘My son Reilly has autism not f***ing leprosy; he is 6 years old and my so-called friends who have kids also have kids parties.

‘Not ONE invite not f***ing one. Think about that whilst you go and f*** yourselves; you have any idea how hurtful that is?

‘Just for the record in future don’t bother he’s not an afterthought he’s my every f***ing thought.’

Since it was posted it has become an online hit and it was shared by hundreds of other parents of autistic children who revealed similar struggles.

Mrs Stephenson, from Newcastle, told the Huffington Post: ‘Our friends aren’t horrible people, I know they feel our struggles.

‘They are mortified that Shane feels this way.’

She said: ‘There’s some building bridges to be done now that Shane has spoken about how he truly feels and I think only positivity can come from his outburst.

‘The simple advice I give is: Just ask.’

Mrs Stephenson, who lives in Newcastle, is pictured with her six-year-old son Reilly

The message about Reilly (shown) has since become an online hit after it was shared by hundreds of other parents of autistic children who revealed similar struggles

Photo: Dailymail

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