How and why to be ladylike (for women with autism).
I feel a bit weird sharing this link, but hey, I think it is interesting. It’s written for an audience of women with autism, presumably a mild version. The author looks analytically at the social choices young women make, and advises to act ladylike. Meaning, “leveraging your attractiveness (whatever degree of it you might have) while also giving yourself/the people you’re interacting with, plausible deniability that you’re leveraging your attractiveness.” | learn more