Overall this was a good book that emphasized accepting yourself and it explored a lot of different areas.However, the sample sizes was very small, especially for AS females (I am one).I did not relate well to a lot of segments or perspectives assigned to the AS (mostly male) people. Often I understood the "neurotypical" female perspective better because I'm very emotional and sensitive.I am definitely autistic, diagnosed as such by numerous professionals, but I enjoy relating to people on an emotional level and don't understand sex outside of love (the opposite experience of most AS people in this book).I know there are other AS people who feel similarly to me on this.I did like how they mentioned with some individuals the sensory difficulties are more prominent than the social difficulties. Overall an insightful book, it just left large, important chunks of AS experience out.