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Posted by Dani on November 30, at 2: Posted by Rishona on December 23, at 3: My year old son has Aspergers and if he has ever been abused, I would like to know how, when and where. Where did she get this?! Autism is likely genetic with an environmental trigger.
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My son did have a somewhat traumatic c-section birth, and I did have pre-eclampsia at the end of my pregnancy with him. That is an accusation and clearly does not fit any of the kids I know with autism.
Posted by Lisa Z on April 4, at 7: I get it, Penelope. I get tired if my partner tries to play too many games and then I get bored and grouchy. I always want to know if they make a pill for that. To create the mood.
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Posted by AutieZombieGirl on November 18, at 2: Posted by Chris Yeh on November 18, at 2: What a great example of entertaining, information. I love your opening sentence! Posted by Chuck Rylant on November 18, at 2: Posted by Will on November 18, at 2: This post is insane. I read all your posts and this one is my favorite so far. Posted by Srini Venkataramani on November 18, at 3: Posted by Kathleen on November 18, at 3: Posted by ella on November 18, at 3: Posted by Carol Saha on November 18, at 4: Posted by Mark W. I often wonder why I continue to read this blog until a post like this one comes along.
Posted by Virgil Starkwell on November 18, at 4: I never knew anything about cervical mucus before. Posted by Harriet May on November 18, at 4: Always such a delightful, honest, shocking and overall sincere read. Thank you for lightening up an otherwise stressful day for me! Posted by Robbin on November 18, at 4: Hi Penelope, Thanks for the post, this is great. Posted by Kevin Burke on November 18, at 4: I never had the problems with sex which you describe here because I discovered in my childhood that there were these quaint things called books, which could be gotten for FREE from any library.
It had all kinds of information in them, includng information about sex. Also, I went to this thing called a school, which had these old people which taught you things, and one of the things they taught was sex.
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Another thing I discovered early on was that I had this thing called a mouth, and so I could ask questions when I did not understand something. It helped with relationships. Certainly AS did not interfere in the sexua and vocational aspects of my life or of any of the Aspies I know. Posted by Aspie Guy on November 18, at 5: In that case, I, personally, am shocked that you are here and not having tea with Stephen Hawking to discuss your high IQ.
Posted by Harriet May on November 18, at 6: Maybe you should have taken out the books on how not be be so self aggrandinzing? They have those books, too, you know. Posted by justamouse on November 26, at Were you just kidding? How do you know you have Asperger? Or could you elaborate more? Because there are many people with Asperger that could benefit from knowing how you and others you know with Asperger have managed this.
And no, I am not kidding. Posted by Mark on January 29, at 2: To the High IQ guy: Yes, I think You have Aspergers. You are learning from books and movies — thus acting our scripts. I am not Asp. I am married to a male that is. Thus I belong to a forum where woman discuss a lot of sexual problems they have with Asp men. So, yes, be careful: Make sure you listen closely to what a woman is telling you then.
Can you do two things at once in bed?
Play with 2 parts of her, or one at a time? Just helping you out with info…. Posted by Dana on February 21, at 2: Posted by Marti on February 29, at 4: Could you please tell me how I can join this forum you mentioned? Posted by Kerrie on July 21, at 7: I cringed when I read your reply.
Aspergers is such a broad spectrum condition that no matter what some might read or watch or be told, no matter how much information one might absorb that we still have difficulties when it comes to having sex or more generally how to even cope with relationships. I have an IQ of but I have always found things difficult. I remember sitting in a room with a beautiful girl in my early twenties. I went round for a coffee. I thought things might progress and it was obvious that we liked each other but she spent so much time waiting for me to make a move and I felt so awkward that I just made my excuses and went.
If someone attractive walks by me and smiles, I will look straight ahead. I find myself looking out the corner of my eye to see how they react to me because I want to know what drives peoples emotions and what is appropriate in what context.
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Posted by Paul Palmville on September 28, at Everyone has access to the education sources you mention, yet sexuality confounds many people, NT and ASD alike. Posted by on October 15, at 1: I remember hearing Dr. Phil explain, in one of his earliest shows,that women will not be willing to have sex in the evening if they were dissed or if there was a fight or whatever earlier in the day.
Long memories, women have. This does seem to be entirely true. The dance starts early in the day, and can get ruined. Take a lesson, guys. This post reminds of the beginnings of actual frank explanation and discussion, years ago, by Dear Abby.
You get the idea, I hope. Posted by cig67 on November 18, at 5: Why should I want to make love to a bitchy nag? Posted by inthemiddle on November 20, at Thanks for your brave and brutally honest writing. Posted by Jamie on November 18, at 5: Posted by Mike on November 18, at 5: And, you know, dealing with it. Posted by Becca on November 18, at 8: I could talk to strangers about sex but I had no idea how to make small talk.
Posted by Sabrina on November 18, at I think one of the reasons our relationship works as well as it does is because I am pretty blunt and straightforward. I have an easier time than he does understanding subtle cues, but I tend to think direct is the way to go. Luckily for me, he appreciates that quality more than most people would. Posted by Becca on November 19, at 6: I watched a documentary about the daughter of a high profile judge, who worked in the adult industry as a dancer.
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I came to appreciate that highly intelligent people, from well-to-do families, worked in highly exploitative industries. This would concern me in this line of work. Posted by Inspired2Bme on February 5, at 4: Posted by Krista on January 10, at 1: Posted by Inspired2Bme on February 5, at 3: Posted by Alison on November 18, at 8: Your description of your early sex romps reminds me of some of mine. When I was thirteen I discovered two things: Yeah, stag movies… This was before , before pornography flicks in Pussy Cat Theaters, before the sexual revolution.
This was a time in the early sixties when parents, or at least mine, checked blue covered medical books out of the library and told me to read them. They were all about biology, with drawings of penises and vaginas. Nothing about blow jobs and felling up, which I learned from Bruce Saidel in the attic of our house.
And Ronny Silverman, he showed me materbation techniques on the toilet. To this day I wonder if he was, or is, gay. The internet is full of free training videos.