I was diagnosed with Autism when I was young. As I grew older, I researched a lot about autism and grew curious to discover the meaning of the word. After discovering the original word for the word autism, I started discussing old topics about autism in a new way and providing some new theories to redefine what it means to be on the spectrum. I was diagnosed as an Aspie, but from personal experience, I discovered my autistic phenotype belongs in a different subgroup. However, I've retained word usage of the word "Aspie" as a historical artifact of my first exposure to the world of Autism.