Read an extract from the chapter on sex and relationships in Luke Jackson’s new book, Sex, Drugs and Asperger’s Syndrome: A User Guide to Adulthood
The 13 year old author of the bestselling Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome, Luke Jackson is all grown up, and in his own words –
“[I’ve] literally had a lifetime of experience since then, and to read back through what I wrote at that time renders me incredulous – I was a different person.
Since then, I have struggled with a myriad of issues, been through the darkest of times, come through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, but the point is, I’m still here.”
With his follow up Sex, Drugs and Asperger’s Syndrome (now available in paperback) Luke tackles all of the difficult subjects that a young person on the autism spectrum is likely to face as they mature into adulthood. In the following extract Luke offers no-nonsense brotherly advice about dating drawn from his own experiences as well as those of his friends, all shot through with a healthy dose of candid humour.
You can read the extract taken from the chapter Sex and Relationships by CLICKING HERE
Buy Sex, Drugs and Asperger’s Syndrome: A User Guide to Adulthood in paperback from Jessica Kingsley Publishers here
No help for all the millions of we autistics over 25 who still have issues, we feel ignored, You never talked to any of us, and we still have problems all ages. not a single comment or word for we millions of old aspies.
Hi Kenton, thanks for your comment. We do publish books on autism for readers across the lifespan. Do browse our books for adults here: http://intl.jkp.com/uk/autism-and-related-conditions/adults.html