fadedface wrote:But women with Asperger's have a chance this isn't fair.
fadedface wrote:I have Asperger's syndrome and I have never had a girlfriend, been in a relationship or even ever had a friend who was female.
fadedface wrote:I am unable to socially interact with women because I am socially awkward.
fadedface wrote:What gets me though is that women with Asperger's syndrome will have more opportunity to have a relationship than a man with Asperger's because men are always competing for women and even if the woman has no social skills there is still a chance she will be approached by males.
fadedface wrote:Men on the other hand are expected to make the first move with women and women only notice confident alpha males.
fadedface wrote:A quiet socially awkward male like me who has Asperger's and no confidence will be condemned to being single for ever. But women with Asperger's have a chance this isn't fair.
fadedface wrote:I know this might be a slight generalisation but it definitely has some basis in truth.
slugger wrote:Before I got married I never had any troubles finding a guy to either date
e-lizabeth wrote:OP, if you are looking for a girlfriend, then try, try and try again. Depending on what you like to do/your idea of a date just say "Would you like to [have coffee/dinner/ice cream/go to the beach] with me sometime?" Then be prepared to set a date with an alternate date in mind, in case she isn't available at the initially suggested time. Make sure to cover place, time and how you will get there [meet/you pick her up/she picks you up]. Then say, "Ok, lets exchange numbers".
All you have to do is speak the first line.
A sociopathic man I once had a relationship with had no fear of rejection, his philosophy: "I always have a 50/50 chance, they either say yes or no" And DO NOT STOP at the first rejection.
Please do try!
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