Queer & Neuroatypical
I love the word 'queer' to describe non-straightness and non-cisness because it works to describe all types of differences. The sensation of not fitting in with most people only intensifies the 'queerer' you are. So here's a list of queer romance with neuroatypical MCs, whether they label themselves as autistic or tourettes or DS, or just awknowledge their weirdness as somehting that sets them apart I'll leave up to people.
Anyone can add books to this list.