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Love on the Spectrum

Haven’t seen it, but I’m being asked about it because I’m “autistic”

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One of my NT friends recently asked me what I thought of Netflix’s “Love on the Spectrum.” He had read my story on my personal dating experience as an autistic and knows I’ve been married for nearly 25 years. He was curious about my thoughts about this reality show from Australia.




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Seth Underwood

Seth Underwood

50+ autistic, undiagnosed dyslexic, sufferer of chronic migraines, writer of dark science fiction, player of Genshin Impact and Mike Pondsmith Fan. Race- Human.

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