I used to, then I got off of my high and mighty throne and started to have a life, and friends.
As a person with Autism, my answer is yes. Except for the third one, to that I say both.
Well as someone with autism I assume you think being an introvert is better and more significant, yes? If so, why doesn't that consequently mean that introverts can/are contributing more to society overall.
And to the second question, I'd say that they are contributing more to society because they don't have to care about that social commitment...and they go onto build computers and create extraordinary pieces of music and art.
Once you've accepted your flaws, no one can use them against you -