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I should also point out that in the "autism/aspergers community" there are a lot of girls who are "asexual" and "aromantic" and will completely shut down if any of this stuff are tried on them. Asexual means someone who naturally has NO sexual desires and an aromantic is a person who simply doesn't have romantic feelings and has no care for it and is rather aggravated by that type of stuff. I also notice a few odd behaviors (bizarre mixed messages) from women who have social anxiety, but not anything like the girls who have autism spectrum disorder.
I may have to create a whole new post about the bipolar girl... but that's a whole different story.
Should I even bother to try sexual things through text with any girl who comes across as eccentric?
I've also learned that many autistic women complain about guys who always think that they are coming on to them just because women on the autism spectrum are naturally smiley, shy, and friendly, but often have no interest in even having a social conversation.
How can I tell who's truly interested and who's just being friendly? A good example of someone I thought was interested was Bible Study Girl, someone I met on campus who flirted, bought me stuff, always wanted to be around me and complimented me for months, but then I discovered it was "through God" she did those things and was really not interested in dating anyone. Now she went back to only hanging out with girls...
How can you tell if someone's truly interested, especially through text? My best friend says "the moment when you're having sex with them you'll know" but I've even learned that sex even doesn't mean interest. You can cuddle, hold hands, be affectionate, and even kiss and all that could still be friendship. And I'm not knocking it because I do that with some girls I've put in the friendzone as well.
How do you learn to read girls early so you don't waste time? And is it possible to read them through text?