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How do I cultivate non-autistic social hobbies that require me

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How do I cultivate non-autistic social hobbies that require me to leave my house?

I'm tired of looking at a screen for most of my day.
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Start with baby steps. Is there something you've always wanted to do, but lack of knowledge prevented you from doing it? There are so many beginner classes for everything, and you can meet great people there.

Your OP pic for example, archery. Plenty of newbie archer classes that provide you with gear and lessons. I met one of my now great friends doing that (I was admiring his bow at my first time at the range. He made himself, and I commissioned him to make me one. 4 years later, he's now known as a world renowned bow maker). Another example: sword fighting. Always wanted to learn how to do real sword stuff, not larping, so I found a HEMA club. I'm in the club at CSU Fullerton even though I don't go to the school and I made friends with a lot of people.

Those might be considered autistic examples, but it got me exercise, out of the house, and actually related to my interests.
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>>17373656

Try camping out at renfaires. It's seriously awesome, and aside from the "crazies" you'll meet a wide variety of some of the coolest people you'll ever know.

And it's crazy easy to hook up if that's your thing.
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>>17373656
>How do I cultivate non-autistic social hobbies that require me to leave my house?
By picking up such a hobby. I bought a bass and a small amp 2 years ago. Tried learning it myself, started taking lessons, met people through those lessons, met people through practice and rehearsals, started going to musicians clubs and bars, got in a band, etc. All of that because I decided that actually learning an instrument was a better use of my time than getting good at rhythm games and touhou. Just do it.
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