I feel like I’ve seen this on Alike here before by someone, but I feel like autism and the LGBTQ+ community kind of have a connection. I just recently discovered I’m asexual, meaning I don’t desire to have sexual activity when I get older, meaning “The Process”, as I call it. I really feel like that autism and the LGBTQ+ community either have some kind of ultimate connection with one another, or they have similar and common factors to them. I fully support the LGBTQ+ community because my belief is that I feel that if someone wants to date the same sex, or if they want to be something else, I am very supportive of others, and I’m not stopping anyone, because it’s their choice, and I’m not one to judge. I have plenty of friends who are part of LGBTQ+, and I am supportive of everyone, because it’s their choice what they want to do. I don’t mind. I don’t feel uncomfortable with them. They can be open to me, as I have no one to tell. I can be trusted with many secrets. If you are part of LGBTQ+, I will fully support you 100%. I love you all, and I will accept you all for who you are. ❤️

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

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  • glass.system


    I like the idea of autism and LGBTQ as a connection because I think of them as people and they are both very colorful people so I feel they get along❤️

    • Zuma


      I have to agree on that ❤️

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