While I do feel sorry for her that she died and my condolences go to her family, I personally find it hard to believe that someone as attractive as her would have autism, and I am speaking as someone who has autism myself and has friends who are autistic themselves. I mean almost, if not all attractive women don't suffer anything in their lives (I am not trying to advocate for their suffering whatsoever), so it's really shocking and disheartening that someone like her who could have lived an insanely easy life of free gifts and handsome men trying to chat with her would eventually end up committing suicide. While I feel sympathy for anyone who committed suicide, even attractive women, it's just really hard or completely impossible me to relate with attractive women in any shape or form since their lives are almost, if not always, like the polar opposite of mine (i. e., attractive women have millions of friends while I have almost none, attractive women also have loads of handsome men wanting to fall in love with them while no one asked me out).
Where are these free gifts? I see this claim over and over that women get free stuff. Where's your proof?
Attractive women can just post pictures of themselves being sexy, hot, and whatnot, open up a Patreon or OnlyFans for exclusive photos which are locked behind paywalls, and men who are desperate for her attention pay up for such locked photos. Attractive women also get to travel around the world to exotic places with 5 star hotels for free, while their boyfriends, fiancees, or husbands pay up for everything, or that travel funds are funded by online payments. I don't condemn attractive women for taking the easy route but that is almost, if not always the case. I am not saying attractive women have no talent but with such an easy option to make quick cash, in no way in nine hells would they pass up such an opportunity.
If her boyfriend/fiancé/husband doesn't have exotic 5 star hotel money, that's not going to happen.
Every beautiful woman is not going to rake in big bucks for simply appearing online. The ones who do get real money out of it have to put in some work.
With the existence of donation sites like Patreon and Only fans, things have never become easier for attractive women to make quick cash, and Instagram sponsorships have become all the more easier for them hence the reason you almost, if not never find attractive women working all those painful 9-5 jobs that pay almost jack shit in comparison. Again, not condemning attractive women for taking the easy route to money, but it's only the reality I am stating.
Autism is a mental “illness” (if it can/should really be called that), not a physical one, as you well know being diagnosed with it yourself. Even though she was high-functioning, she was probably very socially awkward despite being conventionally attractive.
I am well aware that autism manifests mentally, not physically, but at the same time, this is the first time I have ever heard of a conventionally attractive woman having autism. As far as I know, there seemed to be a negative correlation between conventional attractiveness and autism, and the only ones I know who have autism are pretty ugly.
Personality and sociability really is a big determining factor when it comes to finding a significant other; if she was awkward, didn’t make eye contact, etc. those would unfortunately be factors that would make her unattractive to a majority of the populace. She was a gorgeous young woman. That of course is true, but it further goes to show that looks rarely mean a damn thing in this world.
Well, to be fair, being attractive does have its benefits, such as more potential suitors and more free gifts. What happened to her was indeed sad as she somehow failed to attract people, even as friends, and drove herself to suicide.
Why is it hard to believe that someone attractive has autism? It’s internal.
It's hard to believe because I have never heard of an attractive woman having any form of autism whatsoever, even online. The only women I have ever heard of having autism are all unattractive, so hearing that someone as attractive as her had autism is rather shocking.
So you think it’s odd or rare solely because you haven’t observed it yet? I get that you’re autistic too, but do you see how silly that sounds?
It doesn't have to be solely through observation. It's because this is the first time I have ever heard of an attractive woman having autism. Prior to this, I have never heard of a single attractive woman having form of autism whatsoever, and that includes the online world as well.
But it is solely through your observation. I’ve never heard of a dinosaur smaller than a hummingbird before, it doesn’t make it that weird. I was just surprised.
Isn't observation solely through one's own sight? Because I haven't even heard online about any attractive women with autism (and that, by definition, wouldn't count as an observation).