3) An aversion to touch doesn’t always mean an aversion to sex. I can’t go into too much detail myself as I don’t have a constant aversion to touch.
There are a lot of people out there who seem to think autistics are not capable of love.
I recall a time during my teenage years when I did not say ‘I love you’ to my parents and rarely hugged them.
I’ve never dated an Aspie myself (this wasn’t deliberate, the women I’ve been attracted to so far just happened to be neuro typical).
However, I imagine there are a few downsides to romantic relationships where both parties are on the spectrum.
4) A lack of social skills does not mean a lack of interest in socialising.