I have one question to Women.

Why is autism so utterly repulsive and despised by women? Why makes autism so undesirable to your gender?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Femininity is about emotions and people with autism have problems with dealing with emotions

    • 1 month ago
      Stormy

      good answer. shy men too

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Autism essentially means being socially moronic and incapable of undergoing normal socialization around age 3 - 4. So, if you're autistic, socially speaking you're most likely operating similarly to someone age 3 - 12.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >male
      They dont understand things like facial gestures or shit like that. Theyre usually quite social when they can focus on a hobby or something with friends, they dont really get small talk to pass the time lighten the mood etc. They do however understand disgust and when someone looks down on them or is socially higher than them, they arent permastoked full morons.

      They are said to be great at shit but thats always a misdiagnosis by some phenom inventor type as real autists have legitimate brain problems in terms of size of different areas, physical development, etc. Ive met a few autistic people in my life and often they just want to be normal, whereas the social outcast type people conflate the 2 with generally hate others because they are fully aware of the dynamics of why others look down on them(without admitting it to themselves or understanding they do quite often).

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >male
        And again ive met autists they have like smoother faces maybe FAS bigger but sort of narrow heads narrower jaw minimal muscle. Cant focus for shit, honestly might be a FAS side effect.

        Im just trying to clarify because women are gonna think people getting racist are moronic.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >They do however understand disgust and when someone looks down on them or is socially higher than them, they arent permastoked full morons.
        This is incorrect. In fact, autistic people are likely to "overthink" as it's known. I'll point out what "overthink" means, because I know this is a misnomer and very poor nomenclature. It means when you have no direct evidence, so say as you do you interpret the evidence you have as someone "looking down" on you ... but in reality you have no "hard" supporting evidence that would make that conclusion rational or even an option.

        So, typically a person will misinterpret something, then they'll go nuts because they do not have enough information. Someone like myself would stop here, I'd panic perhaps, but I'd immediately recognize I do not have supporting evidence for my conclusion, and as such I'd completely ignore the emotional impulse to feel insecure or "looked down upon".

        Whereas, someone with autism might be more likely to "think in circles", or enter into a "spiral" of negative rumination. The consequence of this is actually what produces the autism symptoms that people in general interpret as "inability". It isn't so much that an autistic person is incapable of keeping track of a social situation, but rather that they'll get side-tracked by an emotional impulse and switch to 100% focus on the "over-thinking" in trying to understand something they assume, but is in reality impossible to understand and completely unfounded.

        What we describe in general as a "symptom" is actually an emergent phenomena loosely related to the symptom itself, which is the inability to control emotional impulses and the "locking" style of inward focus and "spiral" of negative rumination that results.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >they dont really get small talk to pass the time lighten the mood etc.
        I personally do "get" small talk, but, in the majority of cases I don't personally value it and will rather act in a sociopathic manner toward a person attempting it. This is where it becomes humorous, because most typically the person attempting the "small talk" will become offended by my dismissive and inattentive attitude and then begin to avoid interacting with me.

        The reality is simply that I'm entirely aware of what they're attempting, and, I feel it's a non-
        sequitur or "out of order" sequence where they haven't correctly prepared a relationship between us that would provide a platform for mutual interest required for this small talk to occur.

        So, in other words the issue is that "normies" in such a case appear much like autistic persons appear to them, to me, because I'm far more intelligent and aware of what's actually happening and my mind operates far more quickly and under direct, conscious control rather than their automatic emotional processes.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >will become offended by my dismissive and inattentive attitude and then begin to avoid interacting with me.

          Bruh, that's the fricking point of the ritual. It's there to filter out self-centered sociopathic buttholes that can't find the will to fake it for 30 seconds.

          It exists to see if you will give up the tiniest shred of your time without a direct and immediate benefit to yourself. If you're not the type of person that will do that then it's very profitable for them to avoid ever interacting with you again in the future.

          If you were actually intelligent then you would have figured out how lucrative these small interactions are.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes I'm not in the mood for you or them in some instants. Are you autistic? What possibly lead you to assume you had any sort of information that I do not?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Peak autism, like holy shit. Do you really think this way? You are quite literally doing this, except you're an adult.

            https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sally%E2%80%93Anne_test

            If you're a c**t I'm not gonna collaborate with you. You lose access to resources and opportunities because being a c**t is more important to you than material prosperity.

            It's really that simple. Small talk is the c**t filter. You're failing it, but have deluded into thinking that you've won it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >If you're a c**t
            Why should I care? You have nothing of value to offer me, and I'm purely interested in abusing you. you're making the same sort of naive assumptions I'd expect a toddler to make.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not assuming anything, I know you're a c**t. If you can't figure out why it would be beneficial to you to not be a c**t then you aren't nearly as bright as you think.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Why do you assume I "can not figure out" something a preschool kid knows? Are you sincerely playing this troll with such flaccid bait? I had a giggle.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You asked me why you would want to not be a c**t. You only ask why if you can't figure it out on your own.

            Had you actually figured it out then you would have acknowledged the benefit and declared it not worthwhile.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Read what I'd in fact asked you again.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You asked why you should care. It's a why question, it means you don't know the answer. This is despite the fact that the answer is obvious. If people like you then they will do shit for you and give you things.

            All I'm saying is that if you really wanted to abuse people you would play the long game. Build up their trust and then really frick them over later, TinyViolins style.

            Did you have him knowing it was heritable or not?

            You've got to assume that your kids are going to roll some similar traits to you, with some unknown traits too, so yeah of course I did.

            The difference is that I know what I got myself into. I'm not going to get blindsided like the shitty parents who abuse their autistic children for being weird.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >You asked why you should care. It's a why question, it means you don't know the answer.
            It was rhetorical. I was asserting that I have no reason to care, and I gave my prescription in part of the reasons. We're POSTING ON MOTHERFRICKING NSFFW HERE, THIS IS THE INTERNET, DOES MY CAPITALIZATION HELP YOU UNDERSTAND MORE CLEARLY MY INTENT, OR ARE YOU INTERPRETING CAPITAL CASE AS REPRESENTATIVE OF ANGER?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            It wasn't rhetorical. You legitimately don't know why you would ever choose the chance to make a friend over an enemy. You've made that abundantly clear.

            >if you really wanted to abuse people
            You're misinterpreting "abuse" in the mistaken sense of "leverage to elevate ones own self respect", whilst I merely used it to refer to the avoidance I'm seeking.

            Bruh, we get it. You're a c**t and you don't like other people. I'm just saying you're gonna be a loser forever with that mentality.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm entirely able to make friends or otherwise when I so choose. I just never expend energy needlessly when I'm seeking the opposite. You're still talking down to me, as if you're speaking to a child. What makes you assume that you have any information that I do not have? What makes you assume I do not understand, and, you rather do?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Because only a child would find 30 seconds of small talk to be so unbearable that they feel the need to "Abuse" normies.

            I don't have to assume that I know shit you don't because it's obvious. I know my name and you don't. You've got some wild autism, pal.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Because only a child would find 30 seconds of small talk to be so unbearable that they feel the need to "Abuse" normies.
            I very specifically said my goal was to abuse you, aiming specifically to motivate you to avoid interacting with me at least with regard to that topic, as I'd judged you to be intellectually challenged.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >if you really wanted to abuse people
            You're misinterpreting "abuse" in the mistaken sense of "leverage to elevate ones own self respect", whilst I merely used it to refer to the avoidance I'm seeking.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >hate any "man" that's not a gigachad
    >autists aren't gigachad
    Gee, I wonder.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why would someone like a guy with aspergers? Those guys are either deadbeats or good with computers if they are autistic in a specific way but every autist is different and most of them are good for nothing. Why would a woman put effort into talking and understanding an autistic guy when she has normal social skills brad dude right there? Even if the autist is taller or has a bigger dick it doesn't matter if they're not capable of getting pussy. CURSE YOU GOD

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Women can be used as sex machines and flesh-robots if you know which buttons to press. (hint: it is not the clit, at first.)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        So I'm supposed to manipulate women and lie to them I'm normal to spread my genes? That sounds evil. Redpill is just getting better at lying so maybe I will have a decent relationship if I try hard to succeed right now but I'm scared and normies don't need to force themselves so hard to get into relationships and sex

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >So I'm supposed to manipulate women and lie to them I'm normal to spread my genes?
          No I would not recommend reproduction. You're uh ... unsuitable according to my judgement at least based upon your reply.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >normies don't need to force themselves so hard to get into relationships and sex
          That's a lovely assumption, nonetheless it is entirely false.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I would describe my reason for that as most likely being that my "default" "social rank" for another person is nil, whereas it appears their "default" is non-nil to start and therefore a small talk can be utilized to "build a bridge" founded upon "benefit of the doubt" toward a stranger.

    I don't operate that way, it seems my instinct is quite a bit different and by default I'd treat a person the same way I treat a machine. In fact, I "treat" so-called "AI" interfaces as machines and can tell immediately they possess no intelligence whatsoever.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    In that respect, I understand the oft repeated "NPC" label we see here ... albeit I believe the vast majority (90%+) of posters using the label do not themselves understand its meaning.

    "NPC" may have originated as a label for the apparent lack of any intelligence whatsoever that a typical human being has.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    it's because nonverbal communication is essential to navigating society and a man who can't do that not only has bad genes, he also can't fulfill the responsibilities of being a man even if he has a high income. also emotional intimacy is just inherently important to relationships and not everyone can relate that way to autistics.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It may be that emotional intimacy is lacking in cases where one side undervalues the other. For example, we might guess that women are placed upon pedestals by the typical NSFFW poster, due to their obsessive talking-down and relentless "suicide-bomber"/"kamikaze" flaccid attack attempts against so-called "stacies" or any number of other ridiculous generalizations.

      I personally do not value women at all, in fact I don't even recognize the existence of the concept of gender, neither valid nor sound whatsoever. A human being to me is treated as a flesh machine by default, and, I'd love to be proven wrong.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Regarding "normies" "try so hard"; it's a simple question of motivation. You might try extremely "hard" at achieving goals you feel are worthy, but, in this case you talked down about the idea of having to make up and filter yourself when interacting with a sexual partner in order to advance your relationship beyond the initial conditions.

    You I'd assume are looking for someone to wholly and completely accept the "true" "you", just the way you are. However while that's a great goal to aim for by the end of your life, I assure you will not achieve it at the rate you're going. You can't even get over the speed bump out of the parking lot and onto the street.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The fact that you cannot recognize your own repulsive, autistic behavior is enough to show you why you should be despised. But you won't recognize it ever, and you'll gaslight everyone about it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I recognize I'm being autistic AF in this thread, I just don't give a shit about you or anyone else on this board or anywhere. If I had a button "DO NOT PUSH: RESET UNIVERSE", I'd push that fricker instantaneously.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Why is autism so utterly repulsive and despised by women?
    Why do you think men like autists any more than women do?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      idk you tell me. Autistic women have no problem getting partners while autistic men are quite literally unfrickable and isolated from the dating pool.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I inseminated nine women during their peak fertility but chose not to produce any child as children are too needy.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >idk you tell me. Autistic women have no problem getting partners while autistic men are quite literally unfrickable and isolated from the dating pool.
        I'm not just talking about the dating pool.
        Most autistic men don't have few-if-any male friends either.
        Do you not think those two things are related?

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    why would you assume women knows more about this? it's like asking, why are you repulsed by severely ugly people. The answer is going to be whatever bs evolution made us with.

    Think back 200k years ago, what type of dude and his vibes and signals would suggest good reproductive success to produce more good healthy children. It's going to be someone that is leader of some men group, has the means and enough resources to keep the women safe and fed at the time, make more kids, give kids more resources to stay alive and healthy and for them to go on being in leadership position later making more kids. Autismo type signals they can't rule other men in the brain's context of 200k year ago so being pregnant with them is to be avoided which has a huge evolutionary cost, not just during pregnancy but what long term close stay means: attachment and repeat kids from shit gene leading to shit kids which will die from resource problem or go on to reproduce no kids.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Those are nothing but post-hoc just-so stories. You might as well ask yourself how autists exist in the first place if they're practically unfrickable. The important thing you should never forget is that the current dating scene is completetly dysgenic and thus autists performing abysmally not necessarily proof of their inferiority.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >You might as well ask yourself how autists exist in the first place if they're practically unfrickable
        1. rape was a thing forever, women weren't the sole decider
        2. settling for no other option - leadership vibed men are not in huge supply and will run out of clock
        3. religious practices and other social practices of tribes to mate with people not attracted to
        4. It is possible for autimo carrier to be leadership by birthright or otherwise passively carrying gene that goes on to children who will become leader by birthright - will or can get many women to mate and reproduce many even if they might get the icks in close interaction after a while and produce many autismos (like Elon Musk)

        Just because ugly people still exists doesn't mean evolution didn't make us to be repulsed by ugly people

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          You forgot the most probable reason. Autistic females managed to reproduced. Autistic men didn't.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Both you morons are assuming autism is heritable.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I've got it and my son does too. Literally everything else is heritable, why would autism be different?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yes, heritable was the wrong word see here:

            I'm not familiar enough with the proper nomenclature to know the specific name. Just because it is heritable, does not mean it's a "gene" that would be selected for or against. Most human traits in fact are a trade-off between multiple effects. For example, a gene that produces autism might increase survival upon Influenza or Malaria infection by 10x. Obviously any human lineage that transiently existed with a lot of exposure to these viruses would be more likely to express such a gene. Most things such as "autism" are heritable not through a single gene, but tens or hundreds of genes that affect radically different areas. If you went across the board and eliminated "autism" in the human genome, as a result we'd most likely be extinct due to being unable to reproduce or survive at all.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Did you have him knowing it was heritable or not?

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The trick is, you can disactivate your ability to make someone pregnant as a male and you can also keep it secret from those whom most desire to become pregnant with your seed.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Humans, like all meat robots have standard programming instructions that they follow rather reliably. The goal of a hacker is to take advantage of a badly written program and use its flaws to take control of it.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Originally, the term "hacker" was an appropriate physical description of the process of "hacking into" a chassis/box with a knife or similar. "Hacking" up wires or components and replacing them at will. Unfortunately, this literal interpretation of hacking will not provide reliable results when utilized directly upon a meat robot.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Do not take apart what you can't put back together.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not familiar enough with the proper nomenclature to know the specific name. Just because it is heritable, does not mean it's a "gene" that would be selected for or against. Most human traits in fact are a trade-off between multiple effects. For example, a gene that produces autism might increase survival upon Influenza or Malaria infection by 10x. Obviously any human lineage that transiently existed with a lot of exposure to these viruses would be more likely to express such a gene. Most things such as "autism" are heritable not through a single gene, but tens or hundreds of genes that affect radically different areas. If you went across the board and eliminated "autism" in the human genome, as a result we'd most likely be extinct due to being unable to reproduce or survive at all.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    They don't like weird, awkward, and entirely logical but emotionless people. Women are ultra normies who love the mainstream and shame anyone who deviates from it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >emotionless
      Where does this bullshit idea of autism = lack of emotion come from? Is it some self-wanking shit where you want to think that you're the Terminator or something? You have the emotional control of children; you are nothing BUT emotion.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I have aspergers and my problem is being unable to react and show the CORRECT emotions, and at the right time. Not being unable to show them. I have to 'act' and hope the emotional response is appropriate and timed appropriately.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          This I understand and believe. But there are autists running around thinking that they're Vulcans or living robots are something, and it is so absurdly lacking in self-awareness that I can't figure out where it comes from.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah you may be right. Everyone's different of course but from my own experience, and from knowing another autistic guy, I'd see being emotionless is something else. But I don't know. It's definitely not a cool thing anyway, being on the spectrum is shit. I wouldn't wish it on anyone.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >being on the spectrum is shit. I wouldn't wish it on anyone.
            This is absolute truth, and I wish you the best.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Thanks anon
            'ppreciate it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >being on the spectrum is shit. I wouldn't wish it on anyone.
            This is absolute truth, and I wish you the best.

            "Emotionless" isn't the proper label, which is rather "flattened aspect" or such.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduced_affect_display
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_detachment

            These are common symptoms of major depressive disorder, and highly correlated with autism.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Now, imagine having depression AND autism
            Twice the pain, no gain, no glory

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Now, imagine having depression AND autism
            Well, that's not particular worthwhile in my opinion. Rather, these are subjective categorizations of symptoms observed through interpretation. So I'd personally rather say that "autism" and "depression" have no validity whatsoever, apart from that they are "something". So in other words, we can say we observe "something", but, we're unable to objectively define what we're observing without subjectively interpreting. Any conclusions drawn through such a "soft science" approach will be possible to test through experimentation to verify neither validity nor soundness.

            What we can conclude is wholly probabilistic, in that we are certain these subjective categorizations of interpreted symptoms correlate with one another. What we have no evidence to support concluding is that these are in fact wholly distinct or discrete. It seems rather more likely that due to a vast array of overlapping symptoms, these may in fact be related in a hard science way. Much like various phenomena observed through a telescope are related through the physics of gravity and general relativity.

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