Last week, I Tweeted a photo of some cuts on the top of my hand. They looked pretty nasty, and I explained that my daughter with autism had scratched me during a bout of stress that she was facing. The Tweet had a purpose - to educate - not to shock, or be gory. Twitter labeled it as "sensitive," and I guess they started looking at us, because every Tweet with a link or photo is now marked as sensitive. Yesterday, when I ran the sad news about Tanner Welsh's passing, I specifically asked Twitter to NOT censor us. I know, naive. At any rate, I'm disappointed, not surprised, that we're being artificially labeled. I can write sensitive information. I could make Twitter and many other social media and peoples' heads explode with sensitive content. I try to be very careful to keep Age of Autism live and not get shut down. Twitter has yet to remove our ban.