Simone gives presentations and webinars for professional and personal development and is also a composer, musician, recording artist and engineer, and actor. , Barb Cook is a highly committed Autism/Asperger advocate, keen motorcyclist and web/graphics guru.
Barb has made numerous appearances on Australian television and radio, in national newspapers and magazines, documentary on women with autism, Co-Founder/Director of a registered not for profit Australian National Charity specifically for Autism/Aspergers families and individuals and Founder/Director of Bikers for Autism Australia. [email protected] from New York State, Kate studied Psychology & Social Sciences and earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University at Buffalo before relocating to England in mid-2008.
Credited with coining the term “Aspergirls”, Simone, along with Liane Holliday Willey, helped bring female Aspergers to the forefront of cultural awareness.
She created the first “Table of Female AS Traits” now widely used by doctors everywhere to help identify AS in women and girls.
Since he began to identify himself as Asperger and lean into his masculine energy, life became awesome.
He sees himself as a constructive dreamer and hopeful idealist, is trying to hack the educational system, doesn’t like any normative thinking and lives in polyamorous/open relationships with women/femmes.
But the things I”m talking about—bitchy little nonsense things whether in high school, on the job or at a cocktail party—are not in the capabilities or mindset of Aspergirls. but I think it’s more a case of other people not understanding us.
We would like to think that we are gathering beautiful and authentic women to help them meet men from all over the world for marriage.
Kate received a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition in August 2016.
[email protected] is an aspiring polymath with strong backgrounds in Philosophy, Literature, Computer Science and Psychology.
I find that Aspie women never compete with each other, or almost never.
We have our own ideals and goals to strive for—that is enough to keep us occupied.