So I am making a character in a comic of mine. He is supposed to be on the spectrum. I'm aware that Autism is a spectrum thing and there isn't necessarily a right or wrong way to portray it. I'm also aware it's more important he has a personality and such, and not making his entire plight about Autism and it's symptoms. That being said, Henry (The character's name) shows some symptoms. He can't handle being in places that are louder then average, they give him sensory overload. He isn't the best at socializing, and tends to observe from a distance and didn't really initiate most of his friendships. Figures of speech will confuse him a bit, but he does understand sarcasm. He also tends to be a bit overly blunt, but he clearly doesn't want to hurt anyone's feelings. He just lacks a bit of tact when it comes to social skills. If you ask a rhetorical question like "What did I do wrong?" He'll actually try to tell you what he thinks may have gone wrong and potentially make that person feel worse. He does apologize if you explain to him though and means it when he does. He likes to keep things on a schedule and while he doesn't completely freak out when it changes, it will visibly frustrate him and annoy him. He also tends to not look directly at people when speaking to them and fidgets with his gloves or hands when talking to people. He had more symptoms as a child, but grew out of some of them. What I'm struggling with is sex. I keep reading that autistic people tend to be asexual, or very very into sex. Is that true? Henry does enjoy sex a lot, but I want to make sure I portray this right and I can't find a lot of good material online for it.