Dating involves a range of complex social skills that autistic adults can often ﬁnd challenging. Many autistic adults have turned to online dating, which in theory may ameliorate these social difﬁculties. The aim of this study was to explore, for the ﬁrst time, how autistic males describe themselves in online dating proﬁles. The online dating proﬁles of 52 self-identiﬁed autistic males were analyzed using a combination of frequency and thematic analyses. A common pattern of self-description was identiﬁed, involving a combination of both desirable and undesirable characteristics. Themes included interests, negative descriptions of personality, ideal match, and autism. Findings are discussed in terms of desirability, the norms of online dating, and the beneﬁts and costs of computer-mediated communication for autistic male online daters.