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gender identity

  1. apolloidolsice

    autism and womanhood

    Hi there! i'm AFAB/female (questioning my gender atm so i don't wanna call myself a woman). My autism affects every part of me, even my gender. I've never really felt like a woman and have never fit in with the other girls. I'm less submissive and louder than most women i meet. And i'm really...
  2. Joshua the Writer

    Why We Need to Respect Sexual Orientation, Gender Diversity in Autism

    [Not written by me] Source: Why We Need to Respect Sexual Orientation, Gender Diversity in Autism —————————— Our culture suffers from an ‘eternal child’ bias — the reluctance to acknowledge or see individuals with developmental differences as mature and capable of self-determination. This bias...
  3. 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...
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