‘Autism is frequently misunderstood, and that’s especially true in women. Many women with undiagnosed autism go their entire lives believing something is wrong with them because they do not communicate or behave like others around them. The truth is autism is less likely to be diagnosed or identified in women because women do not always match the stereotype of what many people imagine when they think of autism. Additionally, many women with Autism can often conceal their Autism traits, and have been socialized better or to a degree that allows them to “fit in” and not raise suspicions of being Autistic.’

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