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  1. G

    Catholic Philosophy and Autism: your thoughts

    I've been meaning to discuss this for sometime now. After being on here and observing my fellow-aspies and getting a better understanding of myself and others, I have come to believe the fellowing about Autism as viewed through my own religious philosophy. Catholic philosophy teaches that the...
  2. DuckRabbit

    Androgynous essence vs. gender dysphoria

    I am interested in the theory of 'Aspergirls' author Rudy Simone that Asperger girls tend to be androgynous in mannerisms, behaviour and essence. She argues that their thinking patterns and style of clothing may not be typically feminine. They may have an inability to empathise with the feminine...
  3. nyxjord

    Not being body aware?

    Does anyone else have issues where they aren't always aware of where every part of their body is? Like usually I am hyper aware of it, but if I am thinking about something else and I'll start bumping into or hitting other things (desk, chair , wall, door, etc)? It's not on purpose, it's just...
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