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Seems to good to be true. On the service terms, it reads like a subscription model. It worries me that I have to pay for making friends and or having partners, though it claims I don't have to if I don't want. It feels weird. Like money and business with "love", like if you don't give proper credit, it just walks away. Reminds me of Material Girl. Strange picture on the login page of two people sat on a railway track, looks like some kind of suicide pact
I'm 57 and have had 7 serious relationships over my lifetime - all of which have come to grief, and generally because of my difficulties.
I find cohabitation very difficult because of anxiety issues connected with control of environment, etc. My last partner was hugely untidy and messy, and though I tried very hard to compromise with her, she did very little in return.
I'm essentially a loner and prefer it that way. We all want to be loved and cherished, though, so I don't give up hope. Sometimes it takes a good deal of a lifetime before finding the right one! So far I haven't found anyone compatible ie.
It's pretty depressing. I've dated a few NT guys, but our way of thinking was so out of sync that we drove eachother mad eventually.
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I'm starting to think there really isn't anyone out there for me. At least, not until AI progresses enough that I can just design someone to date! However, I am hopeful that the yonger generation will have more luck with relationships.What Women With Autism Want You to Know - Iris
So for years I only met 'normal' guys to date. I'm glad that younger people have more options available to them. Why Aspie Singles?
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Fitzpatrick, 37, has a background in business and handles the marketing side of the website, while Cantu, who is a game design and production major at College of the Canyons, focuses on the media and technology. Cantu told BuzzFeed News that, contrary to the way the community is often portrayed, everyone on the autism spectrum has different tendencies and preferences.
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Fitzpatrick created the algorithm herself, while she and Cantu came up with the questions. Test-takers are labeled with a color that pertains to their place on the spectrum, and given a link to browse other members of the same color. On non-autistic dating sites people on the spectrum face fear and stigma, Cantu said.
Will they still like me after they find out?