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I am an autistic female. My brother also has autism, and from personal experience with him & other interactions with autistics, I think autistic males are potentially incredibly dangerous.

Their propensity for black & white thinking makes them susceptible to extremism. Their awkwardness and self-centeredness isolates them, making them societal outcasts. They don’t modulate their emotions well, so I think they have trouble dealing with dark thoughts or negative feelings.

Whether it’s the Sandy Hook kid or that asian guy that shot up that college or the spoiled little incel that went on the shooting spree, they all have autism!

Once, in high school, my brother developed a crush on this girl that was unrequited. He couldn’t stop thinking about her. He was obsessed. So what was his solution? He said he wanted to kill her. He said he wished he could just put a bomb in her car and get rid of her forever. Yes! That’s perfectly logical solution! /s

I think they all think this way. Like, they have no clue how to think outside themselves and let other people be or just let shit go. They turn inward, fester, seethe, and go nuts. And sometimes innocent people get hurt.

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  • Are you stereotyping? One of my good friends at school is a male with autism, and he’s the sweetest boy I’ve ever met. He bakes my class all kinds of stuff, and he has a serious passion for theater and cosplay, and he’s a blast to be around. I’ve only ever encountered problems with autistic girls. The worst of which stalked me home from the bus stop one evening and collected strands of my hair and nail clippings. Really, I think it’s more a matter of severity than gender.

    Anonymous February 10, 2019 4:28 pm Reply
  • I think people who I’ve known from my past a really long time ago label me as “autisitc” as kind of a jab or to drag me down and rationalize their own insecurities, and part of it is they’re astounded at my level of talent with everything I do. Literally everything. Every single thing I am interested in and love, I rock it. Hard.

    That’s basically it. I am far, far more intelligent and talented than you are and it has nothing to do with autism. My old man. That’s where I get it from. My old man, he made mistakes, he fucked up, but I was too hard on him. He was a cool nerd. Really smart guy, and not many, if any of the people who talk shit to me has ever met him. They know my mother, bt yeah. I get my brains and some of my looks from the old man, I get my good looks and ageless nature from my mother’s side of the family. Those 2 things combined, mKe for a very intelligent and handsome man 🙂

    It has nothing to do with autism, it has everything to do with you being inferior and not as cool. Poor taste. And I’m glad I had my parents than yours.

    Anonymous February 10, 2019 6:45 pm Reply
  • I think you’re seeing the extremity of the situation. Sure he may of said he wants to kill her by bombing her car. But did he say what kind of bomb? Ignition bomb, remote detonated bomb, timed? If not chances are he’s not thinking to much into it, but wants to get over her and move on with his life.

    I’d say you, as his sister, should try and help him get over her. Before he actually does something extreme, something most people who do extreme things don’t have is someone to talk them out of it or down from it.

    Otherwise it could end in a bad outcome, for either him, the girl, you, or someone else.

    Anonymous February 10, 2019 7:33 pm Reply
  • I run a business that sexually caters to guys with mental, physical, or emotional impairments. I have a sweet 18yo boy who is obsessed with therapeutic handjobs. I jerk him off once a week, and he says his focus and ability to live normally are hugely enhances.

    Get your brother a legal sex worker.

    Anonymous February 10, 2019 10:57 pm Reply

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