Asperger's Syndrome

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Asperger's Syndrome is a development disorder that can contribute to someones inceldom. People with Asperger's often experience difficulty socializing and blending in with normies. On the other hand, they are often expcetionally good at recognizing patterns and investigating certain topics with intense focus. People with Aspergers are often targets of pickup artists who scam them into buying into their ineffective programs. People with asperger's famously suffer from the, "Attraction ambiguity problem".

Free Lesson for Aspies[edit | edit source]

Should probably explain these ~mysterious~ female cues to our wonderful, irreplaceable brethren with Aspergers...


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Interested in you.



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Not interested in you.

Higher testosterone[edit | edit source]

People who have Asperger's, or any other Autism Spectrum Disorder, have higher testosterone levels. This is true for both men and women who have Autism related disorders. Their hgher testosterone is responsible for a variety of behavior, such as the topics they find interesting, the people who they connect with, and the toys they play with as infants.

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Genetic Aspergers[edit | edit source]

For some people Aspergers is genetic. People with genetic Aspergers tend to have more severe symptoms, however the severity of their condition remains constant over time.

Acquired Aspergers[edit | edit source]

Acquired Aspergers is a condition that causes a person to develop symptoms similar to those of Genetic Aspergers, despite not being genetically predisposed to get Aspergers. A person with Acquired Aspergers starts off life normally, but due to being socially neglected or even being bullied, he fails to develop socially, and then develops traits common to people with Aspergers. The symptoms of people with Acquired Aspergers progressively get worse as they get older. It is not known whether there is a cure for Acquired Aspergers.

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