Sex and the Single Aspie

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This ground-breaking book about sexuality speaks to women on the autism spectrum in fresh new ways, opening doors to discussion, and blowing the lid off taboo subjects.

One of the many problems women on the spectrum face is not always understanding how relationships and boundaries work for other people. This book provides answers, plus more that they may not even have thought to ask. Covering one night stands, the importance of safe sex, self-respect, and double standards, there is a wealth of information about the ethics and self-understanding involved in relationships. Written with humour and honesty, this is the go-to guide for sex on the spectrum.

£12.99
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Press reviews for: Sex and the Single Aspie

Sarah Hendrickx, Autistic adult, author and consultant

What a rare treat this book is. Artemisia takes us on a wonderful, descriptive ride through her romantic and sexual adventures as an autistic woman trying to work it all out and never losing hope of finding love.

Anne Skov Jensen, Founder/Coach A-Team Denmark, Speaker

If you are living the single life and sex on the spectrum always has baffled you this is the book to grab. I couldn't put it down once I started. Artemisia is such a wise woman and I love her honesty and perseverance not to mention the 105 important rules. Read this book and learn from one of the best. This is truly a brilliant piece of work.

Annette Beger, MA in Management of Art

Who cares about Carrie Bradshaw! Have an insight into Artemisia's Life! Her intense perception, frank description and critical reflection of her own experiences take you on a profound and yet entertaining road trip through the jungle of dating.

Ioannis Voskopoulos (Psychologist) and Lamprini Ioannou (Psychologist, Family Therapist, Marte Meo Therapist)

A memoir full of delightful and important information regarding life on the spectrum. Sometimes hilarious and twisted, other times dark and suspenseful, always sensual and inevitably controversial, the book is a must read.

Maxine Aston, Couple Counsellor, Trainer and Author. Specialising in Asperger Syndrome

Artemisia states she is a modern-day feminist and she lives up to that throughout the book. Outspoken, straightforward, clever, witty and most importantly HONEST. Artemisia says it as it is and addresses topics that have been neglected or ignored in the past. The book is imaginative and engaging. I just love the 'Rules' section that she has added to each chapter, so much wisdom that could easily be applied to all single women, regardless of whether or not they are on the Spectrum.

Anne Skov Jensen, Founder/Coach A-Team Denmark, Speaker

If you are living the single life and sex on the spectrum always has baffled you this is the book to grab. I couldn't put it down once I started. Artemisia is such a wise woman and I love her honesty and perseverance not to mention the 105 important rules. Read this book and learn from one of the best. This is truly a brilliant piece of work.

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