Autism isn't a handicap, it's evolution neurotypicals are too simple to perceive.
Says the person who has never dealt with anyone with real autism.
Note: self-diagnosing yourself as being "on the autistic spectrum" because you're anti-social and good at maths doesn't mean you have autism.
yeah these kind of comments irk me since I've seen a few friends and family deeply affected by it. Fwiw I am diagnosed and have above tech skills plus much higher IQ than average, got through Hon degree in Biochem with zero revision and effort and so on going mostly on finding what most struggled with where fact recall doesn't help and needs actual understanding due to it being intuitive and could've figured it out myself even BUT these are nothing to do with my aspergers as was confirmed by several experts in the field. I still struggle with many things that some would class a disability, not just social stuff but certain lights, noise level etc. With high functioning AS, and other factors including my memory all thrown in those things compliment each other, they are not necessarily caused by each other.
Now if I struggle with traits that cancel out the difficult and compliment the good those who have the opposite really have the odds set against them. ASD diagnosis is not to be confused with skillsets that when possessed by ASD type individuals lead to very specialist ability. Plenty on the spectrum have no such ability and plenty with those skills do NOT fall into diagnostic criteria. I have friends and family though who don't function the same. I have family who all excel and educated/work in engineering, sciences and maths but some within it are definitely what I'd call disabled and deeply affected and NOT gifted in any way. Technical stuff, logic problems etc all are totally unintuitive to them and often impossible. So yeah it can be debilitating.
Also poor social skills and maths skills are not diagnostic criterion because they occur across the population including the neurotypical and often absent in even high functioning autistic types. So yeah it is safe to say you are a "self diagnosed" neurotypical person with poor social skills lookign for an excuse and understands little about the subject.