Why do persons with autism not become prostitutes where prostitution is legal? Homosexual Male In Sydney 9/26/2023 06:11:00 No. 17380 [Preview] [Reply] Actions report last 50 posts Untitled png (281.97 KB, 3000x1064) I am going to work as a prostitute and switch to part-time study, because there are not enough available subjects for me to study full-time. I receive the disability support pension for autism. Refer to the image whose source is this link. https://parlinfo.aph.gov.au/parlInfo/download/committees/reportsen/024412/toc_pdf/Services,supportandlifeoutcomesforautisticAustralians.pdf;fileType=application%2Fpdf Notice that the overwhelming majority of persons with autism are unemployed and the overwhelming majority of employed persons with autism do not work in open employment. Anybody can self-employ himself as a prostitute, so why do persons with autism not become self-employed prostitutes where prostitution is legal despite the overwhelming barrier to other forms of employment? Prostitution is popular among the disabled because of how accessible it is, so I do not understand. There is little information online about persons with autism working as prostitutes for some mysterious reason. I should mention that I have also graduated with a bachelor of accounting but to work as a prostitute pays more in one hour than in one day as a graduate accountant.