Would you date a girl with legit autism? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZhZ0k1lyF8
>tfw no autistic beauty queen gf
I dont have any and I cant search NSFW stuff right now. Sorry anon.
Have this though.
Maybe they could, but this weird ass black girl I knew since middle school and into high school might have been an exception. She smelled weird and was obsessed with SpongeBob and was also ugly as fuck. Almost positive she was an autist, and not the cute girl autism, but regular cringe autism. Literally everyone hated her and a lot of kids bullied her. My friends would always say that she would be the most likely to shoot up our school. Also never saw her with a boyfriend, but then again, I haven't seen her since high school.
She doesn't seem that different from other girls tbqh famillia
A few of those girls are extremely cute. Cute + autism = MOE
Unfortunately the ugly ones are too ugly to be sexually attracted too but oh well that's human nature. I guess that's why I'm a KV at 25.
And yet we won't get them because we're shit
I just want an awkward girl I don't have to be afraid to be awkward around and someone I can relate to, but shit like hypergamy and more attractive, dominant and socially competent men make that impossible.
That's only if Chad is willing enough to deal with her sperging out as she talks in detail about dolphin anatomy or character development in episode 12 of [insert cartoon/anime] here. Unfortunately Chad is willing as long as he gets da pussi
Everyone saying yes, it's time to put your money where your mouth is. Here is a link for a dating site for autists. It shouldn't be a total sausages fest, either. The site was founded by an autistic mother-daughter combo who were upset about the lack of dating sites that catered to autists.
Pros and cons based on personal experience as the autist
>Will memorize your behavioral patterns enough to predict your needs very efficiently
>Poor communication, you will need to be literal and precise in your word choice
>Poor fashion sense, will dress based primarily on comfort
>You will not be able to keep up with her Special Interests and she will be sad when she realizes you can't
>She will likely have sensory issues such as hatred of strong flavors, auditory processing disorders and other hypersensitivity issues that commonly accompany autism