Casting Call for new series about dating and love on the autism spectrum

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  • How about Minneapolis-St. Paul? I have a 26 year old son, very high functioning…
    Lives independently, Has a job as a graphic designer, has permanent artwork in the US bank stadium, Milwaukee Bucks arena, and Detroit Red Wings arena.
    He is handsome, loves all sports, loves to draw etc. However he has never had a girlfriend or friend outside the family or family friends….and would so love to.
    Check out his website….michaelshaydesign

    I know this is a long shot….otherwise I would have had Mike write a note about himself. Too many disappointments and rejections in his life! He’s amazing though, just keeps going and sees the good in everyone and everything,

  • My 27 yr old son is very high functioning. He has started a podcast advocating and educating about autism. It’s called Sounds Like Autism. He lives on Long Island and is single looking to date. Very verbal. He has done a tedx talk on neurodiversity this past September. His name is Josh

  • My name is Karla an im on the autism spectrum and live in the LA county. im 24 and curently a student at a coledge program for disabled students to help them get a job and succed in their education and give suport on independant living. i have dated before but it didnt last as i was having trouble with sharing the same feelings he does for me no mater how hard i try. we are still frinds though. when it comes to dating, i have to have an emotional bond with them platonicaly and then hopefuly romanicly. so far none of that hapend and i havent found ayone. questioned my sexuality as well but my mom would exuse it as be being confused because im autistic. thats been an issue alot in the autism comunity where parents or people in general assume that we are in a phase or that the lgbt comunity are pushing the agenda on us and confusing us and making us gay. not confirming that i may be bi or a lesbian but i did crush on a girl once. I was in a coledge video about disability and talked about how the mentors or others can help others who are disabled and what acceptance means to us.

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