Adults with autism have a hard time telling when others are mimicking their movements, are more likely to acquire sexual knowledge from the Internet, are less likely to acquire it from social sources, and are likelier to be sexually victimized. | Harper's Magazine

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Adults with autism have a hard time telling when others are mimicking their movements, are more likely to acquire sexual knowledge from the Internet, are less likely to acquire it from social sources, and are likelier to be sexually victimized.

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Adults with autism have a hard time telling when others are mimicking their movements, are more likely to acquire sexual knowledge from the Internet, are less likely to acquire it from social sources, and are likelier to be sexually victimized.

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