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|Portrayed by||Melissa Farman|
|Appears in||Dare vs the Doll|
|Debut||episode 1: "The Hunting Party"|
Dare Jackson is the title character in the horror short story Dare vs the Doll by Si Clarke.
Dare is stated to be autistic in the story.
- The story is described as a "queer cosy-horror short story". Neither sex nor gender are specified for any of the characters, including Dare.
- @clacksee (2022-06-22). "Shouty Person … aka Si Clarke🇬🇧🇨🇦📚🚀 on X". Twitter. Retrieved 2023-11-24. "I've just requested a copy of my records. I don't have an autism diagnosis – but I am asthmatic and immunocompromised."
- @clacksee (2020-02-23). "Shouty Person … aka Si Clarke🇬🇧🇨🇦📚🚀 on X". Twitter. Retrieved 2023-11-24. "I haven’t been formally been diagnosed as autistic or ADHD. I tried, but the path was blocked. But eventually I came to realise that acceptance upon people in the community mattered so much more than formal diagnosis."
- @clacksee (2020-01-14). "Shouty Person … aka Si Clarke🇬🇧🇨🇦📚🚀 on X". Twitter. Retrieved 2023-11-24. "So, this thread has reminded me of a question I keep asking myself. I am a wealthy white native English speaker. I’m also autistic (admittedly self-diagnosed), an immigrant, demigender, and in possession of a hidden disability."
- Dare vs the Doll on Goodreads