I've seen this article about a new "autism simulation," called Auti-Sim, passing around quite a bit lately, usually accompanied with nice, snarky bits of commentary from fellow Autistics and allies. (Seriously, doesn't the name itself just make you want to retch a bit?)
I wrote a paper last month about disability and impairment simulations. Though not directly addressing Auti-Sim, it's probably still relevant in many ways.
Here's the PDF of the paper with white background and black text. And here's the PDF of the paper with black background and white text. I figured I should post that here for reference, and that it might be useful for folks.