I Have Autism and I Like Girls Too

I Have Autism and I Like Girls Too

Fetishes Of An Autistic Man

eBook - 2013
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"This is book one of a multi-series book of what I perceive to be some of my fetishes that I want to experience or have experienced in my life. Having autism makes it difficult to be like others in the sense that I already seem different to people , but really I am no different and this series is just a few of my thoughts. This series will detail each of my fetishes one by one.Being autistic means many different things for me. It does not however mean that I am not interested in women or sex. It does make it more difficult for me to communicate my sexual interest in someone without making them feel uncomfortable or having them make assumptions about me that are based upon false beliefs that they have been conditioned to believe by society.That is one of the main reasons for writing this book. I want to inform and educate the reader about how autistic people are really just like any other human being on the planet in many ways. I am a human being and I have sexual desires and fetishes.Physical touch is a basic human need that all humans have. Being autistic makes it more difficult to have that need for physical touch met because it is a need that requires us to form a deep intimate level of connection with someone else so we can have it met.Much of this book is based upon what I believe to be a lot of my fetishes and sexual desires that I have not experienced yet in life. However, portions of this book are based upon real life experiences and include things that I very much enjoy in real life.The damsel in distress is a very attractive thing for me. I am very much into role-playing fantasies and acting out fetishes. In this series I will talk very openly about my sexual desires and fetishes. It is my hope that this book will allow you to see people with disabilities in a different light. I cannot tell you how many adults I have met in my life who ask me the question "How could you want sex? Aren't you autistic?"After contemplating that question I had been asked time and time again by members of society I decided the best way for me to answer that question was by writing this book.I have always been told that most women love kinky. I am definitely a very kinky person. I think there is a beautiful perspective on fetishes and sexual desires coming from an Autistic individual who does not have many sexual experiences in life. I believe that while I am very much an adult physical and have desires for sexual connection, I am very much a kid at heart and you will see some of my inner child coming out in my fetishes and sexual fantasies.I completely adore the aspect of taking care of a woman and keeping her safe. There is nothing that is more of an adrenaline rush than to be the hero who saves the damsel in distress from her troubles and making her feel safe and comfortable again.This book is meant to be an informative book that comes across in a respectful way to women. Women are human beings as well and have feelings and emotions. Part of exploring fetishes is to find someone who is comfortable exploring those fetishes with you. That is what can be difficult to do being autistic.It is my hope that this book will help others to understand the Autistic mind a bit more and see autistic people in a way that they can relate to themselves.You may have many myths about autism and sex. Before reading this book I would ask that you put those myths aside and forget about them and try to see the world from the perspective of an adult living with autism.This work may also contain material that is not appropriate for persons under 18 years of age and may also include elements of sex and inappropriate language."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Travis Breeding, 2013
ISBN: 9781310031557
Characteristics: 1 online resource


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