Aspie-singles.com is a totally affordable dating site for people with Asperger’s / ASD. Finding someone with similar traits makes it easier for us to feel safe and understood. And connecting you to them is what we provide.
Aspie Singles is clean and simple and all features are for free for women and only 2$ a year for men (or 10$ for a life time membership). This to keep women from being flooded with less serious messages and also to enable us to keep us existing.
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For most people with Asperger’s it’s a day to day challenge to feel safe and understood by neurotypical people. And even though there is a number of dating sites for people with high functioning autism, most of those are expensive pay-sites where you have to dish out $25 a month for the same features that aspie-singles.com privides for $2,- a year!
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