From Autism Transition Handbook
As your child matures, it is necessary to educate him about the changes in his body and feelings. Puberty can be a difficult time for most adolescents, and especially confusing and challenging for an individual with ASD. You and your family should decide on the best way to address these physical and emotional changes with your young adult with ASD, while keeping open and positive methods of communication. This is also an important time to address relationships with members of the opposite sex, as well as appropriate social skills related to friendship, dating, and the difference. As the parent it is important to know what, if any, sexuality education is being provided by the school or any other support organization.