Im asexual, which means Im not sexually attracted to anyone, but am still willing to date
- AbsolutelyVote A
- No wayVote B
- If I loved them enoughVote C
- Maybe...Vote D
Most Helpful Guy
I could date a woman who did not have a string libido but was willing to have sex for the intimacy and to keep me satisfied, but if there is no sex at all. . . how is this different than having a best friend of the opposite sex?1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I can't really answer your question because logic tells me that if you're asexual, you aren't interested in really a relationship. I don't mean that to sound funny - I'm actually interested in your answer. What part of being intimate does it limit to? Will you kiss but not have sex? Does it mean no touchy-feely either?
For example, if you were in a relationship with someone, and they said, "You know what, I love you but I need sex. I'm going to go have sex with someone else and just come home to you and be your partner in all other ways." Would something like this be okay or would it hurt you? Would you be jealous and not want them having sex with someone? Are your non-feelings for sex also disconnected in relating what someone else does with their sex life?
I'm trying to put this in to perspective for me to understand. Such as, my husband loves to go fishing. I don't. So to fulfill his fishing needs and desires, he goes with a friend. I don't care. Fishing does nothing for me. I'll see him in six hours. When he comes home, he's all mine again. Is that sort of what you might feel if your partner wants sex but not love from someone else?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE