‘I can’t believe I’m doing this. . . In Honor of Pride – I’m talking about my sexuality. No turning back now – This week’s video I talk about my personal experience with sexuality.
If you enjoyed this video please check out part one talking about my gender experience HERE.
13 thoughts on “Autistic Sexuality – My Personal Experience”
thank you for being so honest and being brave <3
It’s great that you shared this. 🙂
Your candor is wonderful!
I love that you said you are attracted to the “soul” of a person. This video was honest and beautifully done.
Exactly! I consider myself pansexual. I’m also attracted to the person. Whatever gender or gender identity.
I’m not sure if this is an autistic perspective, I really don’t know, but to me I feel your talk could have come from any perspective autistic or not. And as I said on YouTube, the worst thing is not having the chance to date others, to spend most of life in loneliness, which turns into desolation.
I was just going to write that silly sentence about “Just pick a gender..” about bisexuality, when you mentioned it in the video. 😅 I really enjoyed watching this video.
Society somehow forces you to pick a label, unless you are straight. It really sucks. Thanks for sharing your perspective.
Asexual always, never looking to hook up, always looking for intellectual/emotional connections. Growing up in the sixties, this was a real puzzler for guys looking to honor me with my first kiss, get married, have kids, or hump me and dump me; women friends wanting to talk about sex and boyfriends and makeup and hair and nails and shoes. I just thought that was all a big bore compared to my visons of a music career as a string player, my art, and love of Nature and animals. After puberty, there was this split off to separate directions that was a bit frightening and depressing, as other people tried to figure out what my problem was! I realize now am on “the autistic spectrum” as I think a fair number of asexuals are. Different focus. My wish was that I could have friendship and sharing, exchange of ideas without the pressure of a sexual relationship. Thank you for your site–you are doing a great thing providing this forum!
Sounds like me. 😹
I identify as pansexual now, i fall in love with souls, not bodys.
A few weeks ago, i talked to other autistics about neuro diversity and sexual preferences. And your question on top of this post, reflects it a bitbit. Is there a study in this sector or is it still terra incognito?
Hi. I am a neurodivergent as well. I love your site and video. Open, honest and an truly amazing person.
brave of you to speak out! Well done! <3