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Can an autistic man date a posh classy woman?

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Can an autistic man date a posh classy woman?

Postby plum » Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:57 pm

I know I'm asking for a miracle here, I have got close in the past to dating posh women, not that I go out of my way to date them it just happens because of my hobbies. I even dated an American woman for two years so anything can be possible right?

Can an ordinary class man date a posh female of fairly high status?

Its not about the class its about the hobbies and interests that we share. I have rich peoples hobbies and I'm an adventures well educated person but I have a speech disability and have autism and I'm easily demisted as a dimwit but I can ride a horse very well and do other rich people things. I'm from a crappy background I'm not rich but we could have a Titanic relationship in the sense a poor trashy guy meets a women of top class but with the added autism and irritating speech issue that not even a mother could love.

Ahh my life is tragic. Its going to be hard but I'm going to try.

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Re: Can an autistic man date a posh classy woman?

Postby rolen12 » Fri Aug 13, 2021 11:13 pm

Art and the artist always make their way in the search for happiness.

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Re: Can an autistic man date a posh classy woman?

Postby boundaries-of-steel » Mon Nov 29, 2021 4:58 am

Thank you for clarifying that you don't actively seek to date well to do women.

I think that if you meet someone you are attracted to in pursuit of your hobbies, I think you should be direct and be prepared for success or rejection, this is a dilemna everyone faces regardless of their challenges.

For myself, if I do not approach someone I am attracted to, this is down to my own insecurities, but I know that, and ideally, one needs to reach for what and whom one wants from a place of self love.

Another way to approach this is to use a dating website, and specify your hobbies and interests, put up a photograph, and also be yourself, talk about your challenges, there are also dating websites for people with autism or other challenges.

Don't be so hard on yourself, it's a shame that you use words like trashy and irritating about yourself, try to view yourself as someone else would, with compassion and respect and an open mind.

I wish you the best of luck in your dating endeavours.
J.


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