Puberty for anyone can be stressful and confusing. When you are autistic it seems everything can be confusing to understand. Puberty was something that really affected Travis' life and not being prepared to handle it led to a development of a mental illness for him. This book is a first hand account of how puberty affected one person with autism. This book is a guide for how to handle puberty for autistic people written by an individual with autism spectrum disorder who hopes to help make a difference in people's lives. Travis holds nothing back and shares details of his personal life and experiences with puberty to help the reader gain an understanding of how someone with autism might process puberty and sexuality. This book will give you simple steps to help prepare your child for puberty even if they have autism so that they are ready to take on life. There are many useful tips in this book including advice on starting early to prepare for puberty. Travis says we need to teach autistic people from a younger age than neurotypicals because it may take more time to prepare for puberty. From teaching proper social context where it is appropriate to masturbate to helping prepare women with autism for their menstrual cycles by having them wear pads as young as 9 or 10 years old this book has all the tips that Travis can think of on how to better prepare for puberty. Travis shares everything with you that he knows now that he wished he had known as a teenager going through puberty with autism.