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The thing about autism is that the spectrum is so wide you never truly know what you will get. For some people, autism could mean not being able to make direct eye contact, hating physical affection, needing more time to process information or make decisions. One common characteristic that many people with autism have is that they can get fixated on certain subjects, things, or even people. Another common trait that people with autism have is that they like sticking to their routine. Many people with autism have developed a daily routine that they will follow.
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My friends and family are a lot of fun to be around, but I yearn for a romantic connection with another human being. Wearing glasses almost my entire life has made me feel insecure. When men tell me that they want to go out on a date, only later to ghost me or bail, my feelings become extremely hurt. If a man wants to be rude to me, I usually just walk away.
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A new dating app is aimed at the 70 million people who identify as being on the autistic spectrum. Launched on Tuesday, Hiki pronounced "hee-KEY" takes its name from the Hawaiian word for "able" and is the brainchild of year-old developer Jamil Karriem. Karriem's cousin lives with autism spectrum disorder ASD and told him he was lonely and afraid he wouldn't be able to find a romantic partner. Karriem, whose girlfriend had just left him, empathized. He didn't.