Tag Archives: Asperger’s

Flirting and Other Social Advice for Aspies

The Atlantic has a reasonable piece on aspie dating.  What I found most interesting is that I learned about the PEERS Center at UCLA, and Autism Talk TV (ATTV). The UCLA Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills … Continue reading

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PBS Documentary “Neurotypical”

PBS has a new documentary that is intriguing.  It debuted on Mon night, but you can apparently watch it online through 28 August here.  The Trailer is here, and the description of the film is here. Neurotypical is a rare film … Continue reading

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An Autistic Character on “The Bridge”

I just started watching “The Bridge.”  I missed the first episode, so picked it up on episode two, and I am little more than half way into the episode.  I had read nothing about it, but noticed pretty quickly that … Continue reading

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Why is Autism Rising?

The answer is deceptively simple: because the reproductive chances of a person “on the spectrum” have changed.  In other words, the (small) proportion (or incidence rate) of autistic human beings  has grown, and will continue to grow.  The primary conjectures … Continue reading

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My Autism Score

I do not know why it took me so many years to fall out of the tree and consider the possibility that I have a score above the Asperger’s  Syndrome (now collapsed into autism) threshold.  But in the spring or … Continue reading

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