Some gay men use their sexuality as an excuse for that.
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If a guy really likes you Aspergers isn't going to make him not like you. ;)A safe space for GSRM (Gender, Sexual, and Romantic Minority) folk to discuss their lives, issues, interests, and passions.
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I'd let your potential partner know you have these difficulties in communication and let it happen. Now I've taught myself to filter out what I say to an extent but not everyone learns this or has progressed as far as I have. :/Oh, but I don't think I would date gay men with autism... Minor misunderstandings are part of life, as long as a guy's willing to work at communicating with me, it's fine. (Asperger's Syndrome was my diagnosis before the controversial decision to remove it from the DSM.) I honestly don't know if I would date someone who is. They all experience varying degrees of social struggles.
If they're just too rude to me, I have to cut it off even if I know they're not trying to be mean or disrespectful at all. Dating someone on the Autistic Spectrum can be a problem when the individual is using their diagnosis as an excuse to cover up actions that are any combination of illegal, immoral or just downright rude.
For me, my autism is more mild, I have Asperger's, but I still have difficulty understanding others' behavior and tend to misinterpret communications.
I fear this may put me at a disadvantage when I decide to enter the dating scene (I'm 18, waiting till financially independent), but I'm still determined. I'm shit with social cues and took a year to figure out I was dating my girlfriend.
Autistic self-advocacy organizations, which are led and run by autistics, are a key force in the movement for autistic acceptance and autistic pride.
There’s no denying the fact that coming out or identifying as queer can be difficult in a plethora of ways.
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I have a friend with Aspergers and he's doing well on the dating scene.