Feeling sad for someone with BPD is worse than feeling sad for a psychopath, BPD women are basically the female equivalent of a sociopaths, I'd argue they are worse, as they're extremely mentally unstable, while sociopaths are emotionally shallow.
Perhaps believing they have been born into the wrong body is attractive because it seems like a simple answer to the problems caused by autism. "I am not functioning well in society because...." "I have few friends because...."Or the autism makes them feel an inadequate member of their gender. Like they dont conform.I think it's sad whenever we see an autistic person troon out because they were misled by the trans ideology about feeling like a certain gender.
I think this forum is the only place I've found anyone referencing a connection between autism and troonism.
I have to agree with sympathizing with Desmond, his story is just a trainwreck in the waiting. If anything sums up the shitshow that the US is stuck in right now, it's him: selling away young children's souls so narcissistic assholes can get their fix. Also, there's no way he hasn't been diddled at any of those clubs.Desmond is someone I can’t help but feel bad for. If you read his thread, it’s obvious he is not who it’s all about, it’s his mother who’s doing this to him. It’s the worst parts of stage moms and ‘activism’ rolled together, and I just feel bad for the poor kid.
EVERY MORNING I WAKE UP AND OPEN PALM SLAM A FLOPPY DISK INTO THE SLOT. IT'S DOOM COLUMBINE MOD AND RIGHT THEN AND THERE I START SHOOTING ALONGSIDE WITH THE MAIN CHARACTER, DYLAN KLEBOLD. I DO EVERY GUNSHOT AND I DO EVERY GUNSHOT HARD. MAKIN WHOOSHING SOUNDS WHEN I SLAM DOWN SOME TEENAGER BASTARDS OR EVEN WHEN I MESS UP TECHNIQUE. NOT MANY CAN SAY THEY ESCAPED THE EARTHS MOST DANGEROUS HIGH SCHOOL. I CAN. I SAY IT AND I SAY IT OUTLOUD EVERYDAY TO PEOPLE IN MY FIRING RANGE AND ALL THEY DO IS PROVE PEOPLE IN FIRING RANGES CAN STILL BE IMMATURE JEKRS. AND IVE LEARNED THE EDGY SOUNDTRACK AND IVE LEARNED HOW TO MAKE MYSELF AND MY APARTMENT LESS LONELY BY SHOUTING EM ALL. 2 HOURS INCLUDING WIND DOWN EVERY MORNIngmost of the mass shooters, I've always fantasized about getting that high score. especially the Las Vegas shooter because he didn't seem to have any motivation other than pure disdain for plebs. that's how I wanna go out in a few decades when I'm around 70. Stephen Paddock was a true American action hero who lived the American dream to its fullest, better than anyone else ever has and I will honor his memory on this 4th of July.
I got put into a special ed class in 2nd grade because I was too shy to speak in class (well, I was shy -- but mostly I stopped speaking because my 1st grade teacher paddled me in front of the class and I was too terrified to speak after that). My special ed teacher was an angel, though, and got it all sorted out -- but the 1st grade teacher didn't even tell my parents she was placing me in special ed. My parents didn't even know it was a special ed classroom until my 2nd grade teacher called them in for a conference because she didn't think I belonged there. I've always wondered if there were a lot of students like me who slid through the cracks and didn't have a good teacher to help them out of it. But you had it much worse. I'm sorry you had to go through that, but I'm impressed you overcame it so well.Barneyfag. I can empathize with his tard school story, because i too was sent to tard school as a kid merely for being diagnosed with Aspergers. It wasn't even some sort of "institution" or side classroom for kids with manageable ailments, but rather an outright tard asylum for self hitting low-functioning autists and wheelchair vegetables. Both the sight of screeching, drooling retards on each bus trip and the feeling that i was being compared to severely mentally unstable types despite having relatively manageable autism back then fucked me up.
My social skills also never really improved in that place, and once kids at school got wind of my diagnosis and how i was going to "special ed" it only made me the "depressing laughingstock" of the school for a few years.
I'm thankful some psychologists convinced my mom that i didn't belong in that place. Got out of there at like age 12, and somehow recovered from all that shit rather quickly after in my teenage years. I know maybe it's just my experience and most first world special ed programs aren't like this, but it's because of stuff like this that i'm always dubious whenever someone says that autistic children should be automatically sent to special ed. I'm even reluctant of early diagnosis because of how many parents would simply just do like mine and send them to these places before actually even seeing how well the child fares first.
Edit: But then again unlike this Barneyfag fellow at least i'm not going on an autistic image-scanning vendetta against fans of a cartoon completely unrelated to those experiences