Do women simply just dislike Aspie men?

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20 May 2020, 12:43 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
No.

Do men simply dislike autistic women?


In general, no, but judging by how these threads go a portion autistic men seem to bear a bit of hostility towards women in general with a marked attitude towards the romantic struggles that women with ASD face, even though those struggles largely appear to overlap.


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20 May 2020, 12:44 am

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No.

Do men simply dislike autistic women?


I don't....my daughter is autistic


Image .... just sayin' :roll:



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20 May 2020, 12:45 am

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And if you don’t happen to be a particularly attractive woman, or are at least anything below “average,” you don’t get all the leniencies that attractive women do, just as it is with men. The only real exceptions are when someone wants a relationship just to have sex (and I know it isn’t hard for a woman to find a man who will (seemingly, at least) accept her as long as she’ll have sex with them, but usually women don’t want to be valued only as a reliable source of sex).
Just putting that out there.


I've worked with at least a couple of women who were very unattractive physically (very overweight) but were extremely extroverted and confident with men. At a work party one of them was boasting to her unattractive friend that if she wanted sex all she had to do was go out to a club and pick up a random dude. They both had long term boyfriends and got married while I was in that workplace.

I gauged from those two that confidence also applies to women and that however unattractive physically that any woman can find love if they have the correct mindset.


You seem to be conflating finding dick with finding love.


You’re just jealous that it’s not your dick. :mrgreen:


Cheaters that I've never even seen, I'm not even sure a two-for-one deal would be enough to cause me to become envious.


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20 May 2020, 12:48 am

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And if you don’t happen to be a particularly attractive woman, or are at least anything below “average,” you don’t get all the leniencies that attractive women do, just as it is with men. The only real exceptions are when someone wants a relationship just to have sex (and I know it isn’t hard for a woman to find a man who will (seemingly, at least) accept her as long as she’ll have sex with them, but usually women don’t want to be valued only as a reliable source of sex).
Just putting that out there.


I've worked with at least a couple of women who were very unattractive physically (very overweight) but were extremely extroverted and confident with men. At a work party one of them was boasting to her unattractive friend that if she wanted sex all she had to do was go out to a club and pick up a random dude. They both had long term boyfriends and got married while I was in that workplace.

I gauged from those two that confidence also applies to women and that however unattractive physically that any woman can find love if they have the correct mindset.


You seem to be conflating finding dick with finding love.


Those two had boyfriends though


And they were in such fulfilling relationships that this hobby was still appealing. Image

Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


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20 May 2020, 12:56 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
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No.

Do men simply dislike autistic women?


I don't....my daughter is autistic


Image .... just sayin' :roll:


touche...



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20 May 2020, 12:59 am

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Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


In that case I better scrub off the "Mother" tattoo I have 8O



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20 May 2020, 1:00 am

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Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


In that case I better scrub off the "Mother" tattoo I have 8O


I'm surprised you have a daughter if it was on that. I feel like that would be a deal-breaker for most women.


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20 May 2020, 1:05 am

funeralxempire wrote:
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Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


In that case I better scrub off the "Mother" tattoo I have 8O


I'm surprised you have a daughter if it was on that. I feel like that would be a deal-breaker for most women.


huh?



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20 May 2020, 1:12 am

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Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


In that case I better scrub off the "Mother" tattoo I have 8O


I'm surprised you have a daughter if it was on that. I feel like that would be a deal-breaker for most women.


huh?


A mother tattoo on your junk. :mrgreen:


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20 May 2020, 1:24 am

funeralxempire wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
Most of the time when I've been in a serious relationship it was more important to me than adding a few more stars to the nose of my fighter jet. And not just because it's a tender place to get a tattoo.


In that case I better scrub off the "Mother" tattoo I have 8O


I'm surprised you have a daughter if it was on that. I feel like that would be a deal-breaker for most women.


huh?


A mother tattoo on your junk. :mrgreen:


Oh right!! got my wires crossed

Plenty of men put ex G/Fs on their shoulders or body, my "mother" tattoo therefore seems out of place

Ain't no tattoo dude touching my junk :wink:



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20 May 2020, 2:17 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
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Do men simply dislike autistic women?


I am attracted to aspie women.
Not that I want a relationship.


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20 May 2020, 2:17 am

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Ain't no tattoo dude touching my junk :wink:


Where else would I be painting 'kills'? :lol: :clown:


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20 May 2020, 2:18 am

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I am attracted to aspie women.


It's all about the eyes. :wink:


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20 May 2020, 5:53 am

I’ll never get a tattoo.....anywhere. I don’t even wear any jewelry.

I have seen people telling their daughters to “respect men.”



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20 May 2020, 6:14 am

IsabellaLinton wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
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No.

Do men simply dislike autistic women?


I don't....my daughter is autistic


Image .... just sayin' :roll:

I dont know I’ve seen lots of women on Facebook who have autistic sons now worried about how women will treat them. Guess they now aren’t a fan of how society deems men loveable.



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20 May 2020, 6:22 am

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Confidence is irrelevant in modern dating. Stats are important. With dating sites women and men can see all the info they need to make quick judgment calls.


You are talking about online dating where girls can rate you before they even talk to you. I was saying that you need to speak to women face to face. Online dating isn't recommended.

Both confidence and attitude are crucial when speaking to a girl. So is patience.


Those women online exist offline too, in-fact I’d wager they’re the same women. Unless you believe in clones?

For someone who can’t talk to women and requires text based communication to start online dating is a requirement. Every single last date I got was from online dating.

Women won’t give me time if day in person. They don’t seek me out, they don’t reply to me trying to talk to them.

It doesn’t matter if it’s in person or online the result is the same. Which is zero relationship. But I have far better chances online. Some few women sent me messages online even if when they find out what I do for work they reject me. Not a single woman has ever given me any attention in person. All I get is nasty looks for even looking their direction god forbid I try to say hi to them.