It's very obvious. We have so little human contact we have no real life examples, no standards by which we can map normal non-toxic human behavior. We want to learn how to fish, but nobody wants to teach us, and we are too retarded to figure it out for ourselves. There's no point in socializing with normal people, because they will never have the patience to deal with pure autist honesty. Like how economic poverty can be a perpetuating quicksand trap without the right foundations, so can social poverty.
The garbage media out there does not help. It all feels like when people on TV or youtube are being nice, that seems intuitively fake to us, or that's something only beautiful people deserve. When we see ugly people in media being toxic, THAT's what seems like is normal, and that speaks to us. When we see murderers get rewarded with hybristropheliac fans, that also speaks to us. When murderers achieve infamy- that's ALL on them: they were able to have a few fleeting seconds of power in their pathetic lives and they did it without help from institutions, family, or friends, nothing. To some extent, the only thing that helped them murder was the socioeconomic background of their parents, but that is as random as one's face when they were born. Therefore we only map things a total lone wolf like ourselves as something that is achievable in life.
Most of all we have low empathy because due to our autism, we simply do not see a logical link between ugly men being empathetic and rewards. Isn't that the entire point of life?? To feel like you are getting somewhere, getting awarded in some way??? To a normie they are by default nice because that makes sense in their context- insofar as treating people as how you want to be treated. Nice behavior mostly works out for them. But for us, nice behavior is tokenized.