So you have Asperger’s and you’re single and you want a relationship.
Striking out in search of companionship is always a messy endeavour, and having a social disability makes it that much more complicated.
One girl I talked to on another site with Asperger's got married last year. I have found that it is easier to force myself to maintain longer eye contact if the light level is lower. In the past I would usually look away by looking down (floor).All three are free, and the first two are the most popular free online dating sites. It’s a dating site specifically for people on the autism spectrum, and is also free.This was originally supposed to be one concise blog entry, but every goddamn time I write about Asperger’s and dating it turns into the song that never ends. I’ll follow this with an entry about Plenty of Fish, an entry about Spectrum Dating, followed by an entry about general information you should have when dating online.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...He can hear a song on the radio and play it note for note on the piano. For people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, it’s an alternative to picking up people at bars or parties and risking potential in-person rejection.Garry Burge is 41, lives with his parents in Brisbane, Australia, and was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in 1998.Over the years, he’s tried dating sites like the Canada-based Lava Life and Australia’s RSVP, but he found his most recent long-term relationship on Facebook.“In 2008, I met a female on the autism spectrum in the United States,” Burge says.“That became sort of a long distance relationship for a while, and that collapsed due to the immigration difficulties.”Despite having some success in online dating, Burge isn’t optimistic about finding a partner.“I’ve got to the stage where I just find the whole concept of dating and relationships is just simply overwhelming,” Burge says.My brother, Hussein Al-Nasrawi, sits in his bedroom with his Mac Book in his lap, clicking away on the keyboard. As he stares at his computer screen, he never cracks a smile; in fact, he doesn't smile very much in general.He logs onto the dating site Ok Cupid and begins answering some questions.“What are you looking for?