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As with everything I write, I have to offer the caveat that this guide Aspie dating online from my experience as a straight, cisgender male.

If you have a different perspective, it might not be useful. Striking out in search of companionship is always a messy endeavour, and Aspie dating online a social disability makes it that much more complicated. One option is trying to meet someone on a dating site. It worked out pretty well for me. All three are free, and the first two are the most popular free online dating sites.

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So this Aspie dating online entry is specifically about OKCupid. This is the website I joined when I was single. I was drawn to it because I found it aesthetically pleasing, easy to use, and it has a complicated mathematical algorhythm to determine compatibility. Like most Aspies, I fucking love math, and the idea that the potential for romance can be calculated and predicted is appealing to me.

That was great for me, because I was able to get an idea of what the website was like, and what the expectations were, and what sort of people were out there. Unfortunately, the website has been redesigned, and in order to see anything you have to sign up. I had no idea whether the site had changed significantly in the past two years, so I made a temporary false account because I love you and want you to be happy.

The first thing that happens Aspie dating online you sign up is you get asked for some very basic information: After that, you can either set up your profile immediately, or look around awhile.

Remember that every profile is carefully constructed- some more carefully than others- in order to project a certain persona. Maybe these people were attractive, or funny, or interesting.