Note: This is about a social dynamic, and is loosely related to gameplay. If you want to answer the question, keep this in mind. Or maybe it is gameplay; it could have something to do with how I'm playing my character.
I'll start with a few things to preface this. To start, I go to a D&D group for (high functioning) people with autism. I am one such person. As a whole, in one way or another, they have some form of a problem with socialization; even among the more normal ones, such as not talking much, or not being able to express their frustrations, or simply not being able to read a room. Being in this group, I too have autism. And I tend to think people are upset at me when they aren't. As such, I will attempt to use the least of my personal bias in this.
To go more on the question; I'm wondering if I'm disliked here. The group is fairly normal; you meet up for dnd with a few other people, in a room that isn't rented out. I'm gonna give all of them fake names, so there are five people (other then me obviously) in the group.
First, there's Leaf. Leaf is the DM. Leaf hosts mainly scripted dungeons but occasionally will manipulate them based on how the players are acting, or "improv". I.E. a Tomb of Annihilation game that focuses on both the lich and goblin politics. But, he doesn't like "crosstalk" or just talking, in our group, as it distracts from the session. He also doesn't allow certain gameplay features like feats, but that isn't too important.
Then we have Bob. Bob is nice, and we hung out once at each other's house. He didn't really have a plan for when we did so it was an awkward couple of hours waiting to go home n walking n junk, because he didn't tell me to bring anything so we couldn't do anything together. Second one was more fun, we both brought our DSes and played. But I get mixed signals from him, as whenever I join into a crosstalk conversation he's having, he shushes me loudly. He's also one of the many people that hates how my character... is.
The other three I'm not as close to, and this is getting kind of long, so I'm gonna call them Legion. Two of legion are pretty close, and the other legion occasionally gets into fights with the DM. Usually, Legion is the one that starts the crosstalk, or is talking with itself.
As for the problem, as stated prior, Bob will shush me if I talk and get upset at what my character does. For instance, I was asking questions to a townsperson about... where we were, because we got teleported somewhere random, and then they told me it was dumb. I didn't know that something magic wasn't fairy related, but when I rolled to check if it was, everyone got upset at me and told me to stop. And if I do nothing, I don't join in conversations or roleplay, no-one gets upset at me.
Does this mean no-one wants me there?