Cantu researched autistic communities online, but was disappointed by how many of them were made by non-autistics.
"These sites either portrayed autism in a negative light, or grouped us together without showing that each of us is different," she told Buzz Feed News.
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He is also working on a documentary called 's Trevor Dineen about what it's like to date with Asperger's. But people on the spectrum tend to have more difficulty socializing and being appropriate in certain social settings.
By Evan Mead, as told to Now or Never Let me start by saying that if you've met one person with Asperger's or autism… Others also may have difficulty carrying on conversations or making eye contact. So when it comes to asking someone out, someone like me can get very anxious.
There is no pressure on that site to "act like a normal person."And if you're hesitant to try meeting aneurotypicals of a different variety (meaning more like me with my various illnesses, and less like my Aspie partner), all I can tell you is that it worked out brilliantly for Tim and I.
The personal testimony of a stranger like myself is worth little, I know, but I hope I've at least provided you with a new, little-known possibility to consider.