Recently it's become popular for young people to fake disassociative identity disorder, Tourette's syndrome, ADHD, and even autism online. I'm usually hesitant to accuse anyone of faking disability, because so many of them are invisible, but the videos they post of themselves on YouTube and TikTok are so obviously fake that it's insulting.
But something I've noticed is that a lot of people doing this are also trans identified, especially TIFs who identify as male or nonbinary. (For example, their "alternate personalities" all have different genders and ridiculous pronouns to match.) It's like they didn't get enough attention for transitioning so they have to look for it in other ways, specifically with crazy hairstyles, makeup, and fake disorders. A lot of them quite literally identify as fictional characters or have their symptoms perfectly match up to the latest popular audio on TikTok.
And it's always the disorders with symptoms they can have fun faking. No one's making glamorized instagram edits about Crohn's disease or IBS or whatever. It's infuriating that these ableist little shitheads are treating debilitating, life-altering conditions like costumes. It's the exact same way they talk about gender, as well, and I hate it.