Tom shares how having sex can cure autism. Tom is on a mission to change the world and cure autism. Throughout his mission he keeps learning that sex cures autism. Now he is on a mission to find a woman to have sex with so that his autism will be cured. Medicaid and other professionals do not believe Tom when he states he knows the cure for autism so now Tom must do what he can to convince them.
This is a biography about the most famous person with autism in the world. Temple Grandin who is an animal lover and autistic hero to so many is one of the most amazing people you will ever meet. In this book you will learn how Temple invented the Hug machine and designs slaughterhouses for the beef industry. Temple shares how she was bullied and overcame all of that to be the hero she is today.
Tom describes what it means to have a sexual relationship with autism and how puberty effected his life as he learned to interact with women. While puberty may have delayed Tom's interest in sex with women it certainly did not stop it. Now Tom tries to figure out the best way to approach handling his feelings and emotions regarding puberty and sexuality so that he can live a functional lifestyle.
Tom shares what it is like to be trapped in your own mind living with mental illness. Diagnosed with Schizophrenia, Tom shares the ups and downs of a journey with mental illness. Imagine a mind tormented with voices screaming at you, visions that are not real, and beliefs that are fixed in your mind as reality. Tom explains the tragedy that his psychosis brings upon him and how he overcomes it.
Tom talks about how he is learning to understand dating and intimate relationships all while having autism. He says dating and intimacy is the most advanced level of relationship he has ever tried to understand. There are so many more unwritten social rules involved with dating and intimacy than there are in friendship. He talks about how it is hard to not say what he is truly meaning to a woman.
Tom shares how girls always tell him he has to pay them money in order to like them because he is autistic. He learns growing up that he is not rich enough to live with autism. He spends much of his adult life trying to get rich enough to pay what women call his "autism bill" so that he can get a girlfriend. As he gets older he begins to realize that he wants a woman to like him for who he is.
Tom is confused about if he is a man with autism or a woman with autism. Rejected so much as a man he begins to explore his sexual identity and the possibility of becoming a woman. He feels he has failed as a man with autism and wants to try life as a woman with autism to see if he can be happier. Tom explores options for sexual identity surgeries that will help make living with autism easier.
Temple Grandin cured autism by accepting it as a part of who she is. This made her life easier and helped her live one of the most fulfilling lives a person with autism could live. She is an inspiration and hero to many who have autism and her self-acceptance is admirable. Tom wishes he could accept and cure his autism like Temple so that he could live a happy and fulfilling life like Temple.
Tom explains that autism is not a part of his personality and is a disability that has hurt him. He does not feel that it is healthy for people to convince people with autism that their disorder is a part of who they are because why would something hurt them if it was a part of who they are? Tom sheds light into the mystery within the autism community as to why some love autism and some hate it.
Tom shares how nursing and breastfeeding with other adult women helps him cope with having autism. Tom needs a nurturing relationship with women that helps meet his emotional and sensory needs. Being nurtured in a motherly role that allows him to emotionally connect with women in the way he understands helps him cope with being different and living with autism. Breasts help Tom's sensory needs.
Tom is thrown into the position of being starting quarterback during his rookie season when his team's veteran quarterback is injured in the preseason. Tom has autism and has his childhood dream come true of becoming a starting quarterback for an NFL team as a rookie. Tom has an unbelievable rookie season and uses autism to his advantage to outsmart the other teams on his way to the super bowl.
Tom describes how he uses ABA therapy to help him learn social skills, life skills, and appropriate social behaviors in life. Tom works with his behavior analyst to improve on his skillset so he is better able to communicate with others who he is and what he desires in life. Tom is learning new skills that will help him be more appropriate in conversations so he will not scare other people away.
Tom can't wrap his autistic mind around the ideas of traditional dating. Tired of playing the dating game he comes up with his own untraditional methods of approaching and dating women that allow him to be who he is and relieves all of his stress and anxiety. Tom likes to be upfront and honest about his intentions with someone and feels like holding back is misleading them which could hurt them.
Temple Grandin has had a long lasting impact on the Autism Community. She is by far the most famous person living with Autism. While there are many positive factors to her legacy there are also some hidden negative impacts on how her legacy has affected autism. This book explores some of those hidden negative impacts her legacy has had on the future of your autistic child.