Aspie Girl’s Guide to Being Safe with Men: The Unwritten Safety Rules Noone is Telling You

Debi Brown is a 34 year old Aspie. She has a post-graduate certificate in Autism from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, and is an autism author, speaker and educator. She lives in Glasgow, Scotland.

Foreword by Sarah Attwood. Why I wrote An Aspie Girl’s Guide and why you should read it. Introduction. Part I: The support, knowledge and skills you need as pre-requisites to being safe with men. 1. Your support network. 2. Boundaries. 3. Useful rules. Part II: Being safe with men – protecting yourself, making informed choices and acting on your choices. 4. Understanding the female and male bodies. 5. Boyfriends. 6. Kissing. 7. What is sex? 8. Safer sex. 9. Pregnancy and abortion. 10. Too young for sex? 11. Making your choices and acting on them. 12. What to do if you get raped. Part III: Emotional healing. 13. Emotional healing. Conclusion. End Matter. Why the Aspie Girl’s Guide is written as it is written. Note to autism professionals. References. Index.

  • Author: Brown, Debi and Attwood, Sarah and
  • Format: Paperback (105.00mm X 150.00mm) 176 pages