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Autistic females, sexuality and vulnerability 2016-09-01

Acceptance from the opposite sex was always a depressing concern for many autistic girls including me. I attempted to attract a boy by mimicking what I watched in movies because I was so starved for affection. I wanted desperately to be liked, and eventually loved. Guys seem to only like girls who look a certain way...and I never quite made the list. I'm too short, stubby legs, flat chested and just slightly overweight. It's so much pressure to be a supermodel which I'm definitely not! So, the only boys I attracted were controlling and rude, and I accepted it to be my lot in life. Women and men both who are on the autism spectrum need to determine what are truly most important if they want to be in a romantic relationship and not just take whatever they can get because they don't believe they're worth more. Sex is something that should be beautiful and sacred and each party needs to give and receive.
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