Behaviors of engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior and disregarding privacy during adolescent years disappear by adulthood. What remains, however, is awkwardness in interacting in dating situations. Despite having sexual education, adults with Asperger’s Disorder report they do not know how to incorporate that information in the dating world. Their desires for physical intimacy are reported to be equal to nondisordered adults; however, they are often unsuccessful in establishing romantic relationships that lead to sexual contact. Young adults with Asperger’s Disorder are found to express dissatisfaction with their sexual life. Surveys of single adults with Asperger’s Disorder find that only a small percentage report having any sexual experience. They do not know how to read the subtle social cues of their dates and are unable to tell whether or not physical affection will be welcomed. The unspoken language of dating and sexuality is incredibly difficult for them to read. Many simply give up after a few negative experiences that reinforce their belief that they have no clue how to tell who is interested and who is just being polite. Those adults who do establish sexual relationships are no different than their nondisordered counterparts, indicating that it is not the physical aspects of sexuality that are troublesome, but the social.