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HarloweDahl See my TER Reviews 426 reads
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As a stripper, I used to dance for a variety of differently abled people. While I'm aware that autism (especially someone who isn't high-functioning, if that's the case) is different, I'd venture to suggest that if this young man can handle himself appropriately in a strip club environment, some understanding and patient dancers might be a good way to slowly introduce him to sexual scenarios and help him to explore his own sexuality without the pressure of actual intercourse. If he enjoys lapdances and all goes well, then an escort sounds like a good next step. Like the poster before me suggested, sex might be difficult for him if he's really never had any previous experience. It's a process for everyone, and I'd imagine an autistic person would need to take things slower than most.

That said, I'd be happy to work with the client in question, if he's near the LA area. :)

-- Modified on 5/2/2012 3:42:51 PM

nubian131812 reads

Are there listings anywhere of escorts who specialize in meeting, helping, showing, and initiating an autistic young man to sexuality, and sex

I actually have experience with those who are autistic. I would love to meet and show anyone a special time. Trust me whoever you find I am sure will be awesome!!

AgentGibbs553 reads

Are you arranging this for yourself or someone else? My biggest concern would be exploitation of said Autistic young man and his level of functioning, how well he handles sensory issues. Many people with Autism are tactile sensitive and have vast sensory issues that can be easily overloaded. Please don't take this the wrong way, but please venture very carefully with this. You do not want to just go into this without really thinking it through.

As a stripper, I used to dance for a variety of differently abled people. While I'm aware that autism (especially someone who isn't high-functioning, if that's the case) is different, I'd venture to suggest that if this young man can handle himself appropriately in a strip club environment, some understanding and patient dancers might be a good way to slowly introduce him to sexual scenarios and help him to explore his own sexuality without the pressure of actual intercourse. If he enjoys lapdances and all goes well, then an escort sounds like a good next step. Like the poster before me suggested, sex might be difficult for him if he's really never had any previous experience. It's a process for everyone, and I'd imagine an autistic person would need to take things slower than most.

That said, I'd be happy to work with the client in question, if he's near the LA area. :)

-- Modified on 5/2/2012 3:42:51 PM

While this may often mean physical disability, providers that offer disability friendly services are often very sensitive and knowledgable on many sorts of disabilities. Also, pay close attention to a lady's websites and the way she writes. While GFE is an overused term, those who have more of a courtesan image to them are often all about providing caring companionship.

I personally do appreciate being a sort of tutor or guide for clients with social anxieties. It's very rewarding to be the one who tenderly guides them into figuring out what they like and what their sexuality means to them.

I don't know if you're in my area or not, but you're free to send me a PM if you'd like.

Aristotle1234448 reads

I'm impressed by the sensitivity and concern shown in these replies. The awareness that human intimacy and sexual interaction should be available to all persons is really the cornerstone of our hobby.

A big round of applause to the people who walk the walk and talk the talk for human sexual rights.

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