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 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Does everyone in this thread hate being a woman?

Posted: 28 Jul 2009, 6:04 pm 

Replies: 53
Views: 13,953


zena4 wrote:
JessicaDayla wrote:
I guess you have never heard of the type of intersex condition resulting in women with 100% female genitalia and gender but with male chromosones.

:o

Are you sure of that? How is it possible?


Androgen insensitivity syndrome.

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Am I mad? I really hate having breasts

Posted: 28 Jul 2009, 5:56 pm 

Replies: 118
Views: 48,103


You guys really don't like having breasts? Wow I guess I'm the odd one, I like being female and sometimes.. I wish they were bigger. That's the only thing I don't like about them. You're not the only odd one, then. I like having breasts too. In fact, it blows my mind how a woman wouldn't like havin...

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Foreign wives more common for those with AS?

Posted: 27 Jan 2009, 10:48 am 

Replies: 118
Views: 15,742


I think there are various things that men on the autistic spectrum may sometimes be more likely to offer. 1) Fidelity. Maxine Aston claims in one of her books that 80% of the wives she counsels are 100% convinced of their husbands' fidelity. Also, I believe that many men on the autistic spectrum si...

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Asperger's in a male partner = abuse/neglect/apathy?

Posted: 27 Jan 2009, 7:46 am 

Replies: 69
Views: 36,533


However, it does boil down to expectations. One person's "emotional support" is another person's "smothering". What works for you might not work for another person of the same gender. I've known (and am related to) a number of people, male and female , who were incredibly difficult to get along wit...

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Foreign wives more common for those with AS?

Posted: 27 Jan 2009, 7:36 am 

Replies: 118
Views: 15,742


I don't know where you came to the conclusion that relationships involving AS men tend to be as dysfunctional as you described. Personal experience, coupled with similar experiences of other women. Seriously, look around these boards. How many guys do you see whining that they're tired of being alo...

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Just curious, why it is that a male has to..

Posted: 27 Jan 2009, 6:36 am 

Replies: 47
Views: 4,957


Because a woman already has a p****, and isn't looking for another one? Yes, one can force a round peg into a square hole, but really how comfortable is that? When it comes to romantic relationships, when you act like a man, she is freed to be able to act like a woman, and everyone is a lot more co...

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Lowering my standards

Posted: 18 Jan 2009, 2:14 am 

Replies: 17
Views: 4,837


If a woman has to look like a supermodel in order for you to find her attractive, being alone is the least of your problems.

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Just curious, why it is that a male has to..

Posted: 18 Jan 2009, 12:00 am 

Replies: 47
Views: 4,957


Because a woman already has a p****, and isn't looking for another one? Yes, one can force a round peg into a square hole, but really how comfortable is that? When it comes to romantic relationships, when you act like a man, she is freed to be able to act like a woman, and everyone is a lot more com...

 Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Foreign wives more common for those with AS?

Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 11:18 pm 

Replies: 118
Views: 15,742


No me. I prefer women that are intelligent, knowledgeable, and who can reason for themselves. An AS man will typically say this... but for most of them, it lasts only until the woman he's romantically involved with has the nerve to disagree with him. When trying to argue her down doesn't work, he b...

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Asperger's in a male partner = abuse/neglect/apathy?

Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 11:21 am 

Replies: 69
Views: 36,533


Magnus wrote:
I haven't had luck with AS guys or ones who had many AS traits. NT males treated me with much more respect and attention. I'm not sure why it's been like that. I think AS males are more narcissistic and emotionally cruel, and I suspect it is due to hatred toward their mother.


Bingo.

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Asperger's in a male partner = abuse/neglect/apathy?

Posted: 17 Jan 2009, 11:11 am 

Replies: 69
Views: 36,533


1) Everyone in a romantic relationship has a right to expect connection, emotional support, and respect from their partner.

2) People who can't (or more to the point, won't) treat their partner as above deserve a life of loneliness and misery, and I have absolutely no sympathy for them.

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Does anybody in here understand relationships? I need help

Posted: 23 Feb 2008, 2:56 am 

Replies: 15
Views: 3,328


It sounds to me that you two simply aren't compatible. It sucks, but it happens. *shrugs*

To be frank, I've always considered "compromise" in relationships, as it is commonly done, to be a shorthand way of saying, "Each partner is bored, angry, and frustrated precisely 50% of the time." lol

 Forum: Women's Discussion   Topic: Didn't your father ever break you?

Posted: 23 Feb 2008, 2:17 am 

Replies: 34
Views: 6,067


On the subject of aspie dads, mine was Ok, just distant not much emotional content there. Encouraged study and the idea that women could work in non tradition fields. The problem parent was my mother who I would posthumously dx as a sociopath - she had a huge ego that demanded everyone else be pers...

 Forum: Social Skills and Making Friends   Topic: Aspergers and social phobia

Posted: 23 Feb 2008, 2:08 am 

Replies: 80
Views: 11,363


My social expression seems to naturally cleave to extremes. In public, I am very gregarious and sociable. I have no comprehension of social phobia, let alone an experience of it. It's not like the overwhelming majority of people are even classifiably sentient, so who cares what they "think"? (Emotio...

 Forum: Parents' Discussion   Topic: Neighbor whose son is obviously Aspie -- how to give info

Posted: 09 Feb 2008, 12:06 pm 

Replies: 29
Views: 3,530


Tortuga wrote:

The "no feelings for his family" thing would really weird me out.


And it is perhaps indicative of my own upbringing that I just nodded at that part, and read on. lol

 Forum: Parents' Discussion   Topic: Parenting my adult Aspie - I can't take it anymore

Posted: 09 Feb 2008, 11:35 am 

Replies: 70
Views: 9,067


Set a deadline several months from now for him to move out, and tell him about it. He'll probably be very anxious in response, so tell him that you're going to do everything you can to make sure he's ready. Try your best to teach him useful life skills (how to drive, how to do laundry, the social ex...
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