Correct. Let me continue with the story of Aspie John:
In Special Ed, Aspie John was referred to the school psychologist. The school psychologist, who also saw Anxious Jane, encouraged Aspie John to speak to Anxious Jane.
"You should speak to Jane!"(S.P)
"I'm not sure..."(A.J)
"Try speaking to Anxious Jane! She would love to have someone to speak to!"(S.P)
"Okay, I think I'll try..."(A.J)
Aspie John would go home anxiously each day and think incessantly of his fellow classmates. He would feel very, depressed, jittery and uncomfortable due to a restless mind. Thinking of Anxious Jane only worsened it.
The teacher criticized Aspie John several times for his inability to socialize with Anxious Jane, who had little problem socializing with kids at social clubs she attended. She would criticize Aspie John's statements of "Managing his classroom anxiety" yet constantly gave Anxious Jane exemptions for her inability to recount her night(The teacher would ask everyone about it daily).
Furthermore, Anxious Jane was desired by nearly every male in the class. Aspie John was ignored to the extent of needing the teacher(Or, on one occasion, the Hispanic kid) to do class activities. One boy quickly sat near Anxious Jane and wrapped his arms around her during a class project.
"Jane, It's okay sweetie. Come pair with me."
As for the "speaking", Anxious Jane's hand-fiddling gestures, as well as her decision to mimic several of Aspie John's other avoidant behaviors, led to criticism from the Phys. Ed teacher, who said:
"Jane was playing with her hands instead of working on her activities. I think we have a dynamic there. Keep that in check."
Anxious Jane then frowned at Aspie John and started coming to school without her glasses(To impress Tall Kid).
Aspie John was also switched to other classroom duties after Anxious Jane wrote her "message" to him via homework.
A certain (respectable) Hispanic boy said of Jane:
"Is Jane still going to be in our classroom?"(He asked this after Aspie John was told that he would remain in the current classroom; unprovoked information)
"No. She'll be switched into the other classroom."(Teacher)
Anxious Jane stopped coming to school until she was switched into another classroom for reasons unknown to Aspie John. She was, of course, shifting to Option #1: Tall Kid.