Differences between Aspie men and women: Women's perspective

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dobyfm
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30 Nov 2015, 11:09 am

I don't think I am too different from male Aspies. Then again growing up I always felt like I had more in common with males in general.

Aside from biological differences, one of the few other major differences I have is definitely my fashion because I do wear skirts a lot. But I suppose my attitude towards fashion is more-so like a males as in I just wear whatever is comfortable and could careless what is or is not on style.

I feel like my thinking process and behavior is alike to that of an Aspie male.



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30 Nov 2015, 6:08 pm

EvilKimEvil wrote:
For example, I haven't had much trouble finding someone to date because guys seek me out; I just have to decide whether or not to go along with it.


Now that is a huge difference! I rarely have had girls seek me out.