Wrong provides a way for adult aspies (a term referring to anyone who has asperger’s) to meet others who live in their area.
Cantu researched autistic communities online, but was disappointed by how many of them were made by non-autistics.
"For example, just because someone is on the spectrum, does not mean they have social anxiety," she said.
Shooing her away doesn’t work, so I am then forced to invite her onto my lap simply to get her out of my sight line and reduce the risk of her flicking tail distributing cat dander into my pristine glass of water.
Fitzpatrick created the algorithm herself, while she and Cantu came up with the questions.
"Because we all are autistic on the site, we can easily share each other's experiences that we may have difficulty expressing to non-autistics," Cantu told Buzz Feed News.
When I stay in a hotel I have to immediately clear away all of the leaflets and cardboard signs they have littering the tables into a drawer because I can’t stand the clutter; it’s just too disorganized.
I can drive my romantic partners a bit crazy because I request to change rooms in 50 percent of the hotels I check into if the room or the view isn’t perfectly symmetrical.
Like a few other "quirks" I have, I didn’t recognize this as an autistic trait until I thought I might be autistic and started researching the traits in more detail.