Autism and dating
Filmed in a highly personal style, Matt Fuller’s Thirtysomethings Dave and Lindsey have been together for eight years.
After 20 years of marriage to Gita, they are faced with the ultimate test of terminal illness.
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The couple contemplate marriage, despite misgivings. Lenny, who lives in Los Angeles with his single mother, constantly struggles to accept that autism will always be part of who he is.
The biggest hurdle in his life, the label has made meeting and dating girls seemingly impossible.Cantu researched autistic communities online, but was disappointed by how many of them were made by non-autistics."These sites either portrayed autism in a negative light, or grouped us together without showing that each of us is different," she told Buzz Feed News.” With that one syllable, Dave Hamrick can tell how his wife is feeling.