Aspie dating online

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They looked wonderful on the surface, though they refused to explain much about themselves.It was only after I signed up that I realized they were pay sites eager to separate desperate people from their money.So, unlike the other two, I actually provided accurate information as well as a picture of myself. After filling out those questions, you’re directed to another page of questions.These include: -Your first name -Occupation -Religion (drop-down menu, many options, “other” being one of them) -A few quick words about yourself Defying the advice I have given you in the previous two blog entries, I wrote the few quick words about myself off the cuff with little thought. In the interest of full disclosure, this is what I wrote about myself: “I’m a writer who primarily writes about disability issues and social justice.image, pattern, word, number) -I find it hard to make new friends -I prefer to do things the same way over and over again -When I talk, it isn’t always easy for others to get a word in edgewise After about a hundred years I finally managed to finish the questionnaire.They sent me an e-mail which informed me I was a blue, and that I could view other blue profiles.

Here are the questions you’re asked: -I am (your gender identity, with an impressive range of options) -I am (verbal or non-verbal) -Looking for (your preferred gender identity; you can pick as many as you want) -Looking for (friendship, relationship, or both) -Your e-mail -Confirmation of e-mail -Your birthday -The age range of people you’d like to be matched with -Confirmation that you’re at least 18 -Confirmation that you agree with the terms of use -Relationship status (again, you can pick more than one, because- if you’ve had an eventful life- it’s possible to be widowed, divorced, and single, and if you’re married, you’re definitely also in a relationship) -Country -Upload photo (mandatory, which seems to contradict the option to only see profiles of people who have uploaded photos) More than the other two sites, it seems like Spectrum Dating is open to the possibility of its users finding friends instead of a romantic or sexual relationship.Since then, I’ve completely forgotten every detail about the site except its name.Like OKCupid, you can’t view people’s profiles without joining up. Fortunately, the sign-up process is straightforward. You fill out some basic information: -I am (your gender identity, with an impressive range of options) -Looking for (your preferred gender identity, or identites- you can check off as many as you want- along with whether you’re looking for a friendship, relationship or both) -Your age -Country -Whether you’re only looking for an online relationship -Whether you only want to be matched up with people who have posted a photo of themselves As soon as you fill that out, you’re directed to a page asking for your -Username -E-mail address -Confirmation of e-mail address -Password After you fill that out, you’re directed to a page of questions.Forking over money to find dates isn’t necessary, and there’s no guarantee you’ll get the results you want.These are my personal observations about the Aspie to Aspie relationship A relationship between two people with Aspergers, whether platonic or romantic, can move at a very high-speed when in comparison to relationships between one person with Aspergers and one person without Aspergers (Neurotypical: NT).

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