They also have a forum & another member there has mentioned probably having AS to. It's completely free but you can buy a membership for a one time payment; you don't get many extra features/benefits but I think of it as a donation But I don't want to go among mad people, Alice remarked. I quit using it because I tried changing my email address & I apparently entered it wrong & couldn't relog in.Oh, you can't help that, said the Cat: we're all mad here. I tried sending emails to em several times about it but I never heard back.Others with AS have told me about similar stories, all linked by a common theme: We experience dating, as we do all other social rituals, as non-native bumblers, struggling to comprehend a culture of Byzantine complexity (in our eyes) and lacking the unassailable logic of being entirely direct, straightforward, verbalized, and emotionless (which is clearly reasonable … I recently had a conversation with a friend who commented that people with AS should “just use common sense” when navigating the dating scene.

For better or worse, there is a music to dating, and while people with AS can understand the verses (and often have a distinctly straightforward way of expressing ourselves that can be refreshing), we struggle with the pitch, rhythm, dynamics, timbre, and texture. The idea that people communicate interest other than through what they actually say, or that even what someone says is fraught with layers and nuances—none of this occurs to us, since our instinct (which we assume the rest of the world shares) is to just say what we think and feel at length without any filters.

If we learn it at all, it’s because we’ve had others bluntly explain to us the “rules” regarding these and other related matters.

Aspie Dating Worldwide Info: "Dating and meeting a potential partner can be difficult for anyone with Aspergers so this group has been set up so that all Aspies around the world who are lonely in life whether they are gay or straight, male or female, black or white can find someone to love." Asperger's/ASD Dating & Friendship The Facebook page for for Autistic Please post more if you have any, and I will update the main list.

You will find a few people with autism / Asperger's on dating websites for "disabled" individuals, e.g.

As I explained in an earlier article on my personal experiences with AS: If life in a society is a game (and make no mistake about it, it is), having Asperger’s forces you to play while learning two-thirds of the rules as you go along, even as everyone else knows them instinctively … Of course, one of the twists of having AS is that you tend to develop an outsider’s perspective on social rules in general, and the world of dating is no exception.

I remember feeling disgust and then curiosity the first time someone explained the concept of “dating leagues” to me, or being stunned to learn that a girl who invites you to a hotel room to “just chill for a night” might actually mean the opposite of that, or that one who keeps postponing seeing you again is blowing you off. A lot of the “obvious” rules about dating are actually pretty arbitrary, so we aren’t instinctively aware of them.

They also have a forum & another member there has mentioned probably having AS to. It's completely free but you can buy a membership for a one time payment; you don't get many extra features/benefits but I think of it as a donation. It is a great site with a lot of potential but there is one major problem.

The webmaster, Jim does not listen or care about members & he also condones trolling.

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Aspie Affection Info: Created by Alex plank, the creator of Wrong Planet.net, Aspie affection gives people of the spectrum a chance to connect, and maybe find a love Match.

I left NLL a few weeks ago because I do NOT want to be part of a site that will condone trolling; that gives people with mental issues a bad rep.