We had a pretty "hands-off" upbringing, putting it gently.
It's difficult because I want him to function well in society but equally I feel like addressing it with him will do more harm than good. Right now he's like a eunuch; if I mentioned the inappropriateness of his boners or suggested "dealing" with it, I'm seriously worried he'll either become an obsessive coomer or decide his willy is bad and troon out. Many of his autistic male friends have followed that path through sexual development and I think we're pretty lucky he's relatively well-adjusted.
It shouldn't really be my job, but this is the situation we find ourselves in. I don't know how I can talk about it with him without setting him off. I've found guides for talking to autistic kids about sex and their bodies, but they're usually aimed at parents talking to their kids, not adult siblings having a chat. I decided I can live with the occasional oblivious erection better than a porn-addled maniac or a tranny.>>783933
Thank you, I love her. Looks just like my dear departed Holly (but with curly ears)