But with whom can you talk about these subjects? Sexuality is a big part of the human experience and is often not addressed with teens and adults living on the spectrum. In addition, they may not know as much about sexuality as others because they may not be around people their age as often as neurotypicals. They also may not have a clear understanding of their sexuality yet. Many professionals and parents are hesitant to discuss sexuality because they believe teens on the spectrum have enough trouble socially already.
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Love, Romance, and Sexuality on the Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum
Sexuality for those on the spectrum can be a heated topic. We have a hard enough time talking about appropriate behaviour and boundaries around sex and sexuality even as adults, let alone to children who might have issues around general appropriate behaviour and boundaries to begin with. So how do we deal with growing hormonal feelings and establish ground-rules for children on the spectrum? Sexuality and masturbation are taboo subjects in our society, but like many social skills they need to be taught to our kids on the spectrum explicitly. Try not to be embarrassed about having to deal with these subjects in a more head-on way then you might be comfortable with.
I am female, married, with 2 kids, and I suspect I have Asperger's to some degree. It recently occurred to me that some sexual issues in my marriage may be Asperger-related. Your comment about touch struck a chord with me Would you or anyone reading this know of any resources books, etc dealing with sexuality from the unique position of a feminist female Aspie.