this is exacty the same thing i was trying to convey but didn't know how to put it into words,look at my comment, i got a dislike for it, wtf, why?does it not seem to convey my point the way i was meant to?did i say something offensive?
@spesh it’s possible someone took offence at your age. But also most people have gotten downvotes for saying no. Part of that is for many people if their partners love is contingent on sex it doesn’t seem, to them, real.
im actually 21 lol, jus i put in a random number when i signed up to this site,also if i was with a girl i wouldn't base love on jus sex, i separate love and sex as two things, sex is jus a side thing of a relationship, and i think if a girl loved me, she would let me fuck her, if not then she doesn't like me,so I don't know why the fuck whoever disliked my comment disliked it lol
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Why are you saving it in the first place?
I can understand, coz you are Indian I guess!!!
@mak16 I'm north African
Light_beam calm down you insecute indivudal
@rkaye insecute? yea yea :D shut up dude.. no one talked to u
@ElissaDido ohhkay... well you look pretty good.. 👍
Apologies insecure" yeah no one did and judging by your previous response no one spoke to you 😂😂
You taggged me smartie
I meant to your reply before I messaged you
Asexual people still can feel romantic attraction. So maybe they want to cuddle and kiss instead of sexual things. There’s also people who are aromantic though and some are both.
Thanks for explaining.💋
There are actually sites dedicated to this ~~it’s totally doable. 🤦♀️I joined one out of curiosity A year ago or so ago... . It was cool people.. Provided they were not pretending in order to get sex. 😂😂
Have you ever been in a serious relationship with someone who’s asexual? Unless you’re a true asexual, it’s easier said than done.
@Dongtai I'm what some people call "demisexual". I've not dated an asexual person before but the realities of my life make me quite certain that it would not be a problem if I did, as long as I can get the other forms of intimacy.
Being demisexual means you don’t experience sexual attraction until after strong emotional connection with someone. Unless your definition is different from google’s you would still be physically drawn to a person after getting very close to them. They still will wouldn’t be sexually drawn to you and I believe that could cause problems.I’m heterosexual so I’m only an expert on that. If I’m wrong somewhere educate me. I love learning
@Dongtai I pretty much fit the google definition of Demisexual. Unfortunately, for me to answer you further would require me to get a bit more personal than I would like on an open forum. Apologies.
I understand 🙏
Even if I didn't have a sex drive, I would still give my woman head just to please her.Women who don't take care of their husbands are bad partners, and vice versa.
You say that now. Your sex drive is gonna show up at some point and you will feel a lot differently.
@RoyalFlushAce if her sex drive hasn't appeared by now, why would it appear later
Because they can have romantic feelings? I don't know.
@_Jay_ I just figured an Asexual person would prefer friendships and hanging out over dating, considering asexual people don't find either gender sexually attractive and dating is a step toward sexual relations.Romantic feelings are a part of sexuality and if you have romantic feelings towards someone, then then you're attracted to them... If you're attracted to them, then you're not really asexual and therefore, you might be using the wrong term.Either that, or they are asexual and are just screwing with their date, leading into thinking more would come from a date.So again, why would an Asexual person want to date? The definition of Asexuality is obviously still up in the air depending on which scientists you listen to, where some call it an orientation or others call it a behaviour (choice).If they can't figure it out yet, and different people will personally label themselves as asexual for whatever reason they can justify, why would I waste my time with someone like that, when there are no rewards, relationship-wise, to putting yourself through that crap?If an Asexual person wants to hang out or go somewhere, sure, I'll hang out. If they ask me out on a date, then no... And I would seriously question their claims of their sexuality, and their intentions.
What makes you think they're faking it?
@Just_a_human because they're liars.
Why do you think that though?
@Just_a_human I just wish they weren't liars
But, how are we liars?
I just wish you weren't a liar
Well, I'm telling the truth so... It's not lying
I just wish you weren't a liar.
What are we lying about
What do you mean by types?
@Just_a_human Some Asexuals Actually do feel sexual attraction to only people they are close to while others don't feel any.
so you mean demisexuals then
@Just_a_human Probably ya.
Yeah, you just described demisexuality
why a dislike?please explain what u dislike about what i said and why
Romance without sex is a platonic friendship.
And some friendships transcend other friendships, meaning more, giving more emotional support. That sounds like a good relationship to me
Its still a platonic friendship. Romance is a relationship with physical intimacy coupled with emotional intimacy.A relationship with only emotional intimacy is just a platonic friendship. I mean if that's what you're into, then that's what you're into. But its not romance.
I think it is romance... as I’ve said, romance does not NEED to include physical intimacy, even if that’s preferable.
Dating an asexual person is like buying a pizza and staring at it for 2 weeks
@ZeussLightningBolt Asexual not a sexual
@Just_a_human Oh. I thought you just made a typo
I'm not the person that made the post
Thumbs up for the science reference.
What exactly is romance?
@Just_a_human I thought you would know... I prefer going out to a fancy restaurant and bonding with someone. That's my outlook on it. My romance is not everyone romance. I just want to be in a loving and caring relationship.
The concept of romance is something I've never been able to wrap my mind around. I don't know why, maybe it's because when people describe what they do, that just sounds like two friends hanging out to me.
@Just_a_human oh i agree with you on that one. I never dated anyone but I do understand what many people consider as romantic. Not everyone thinks the same though!
I particularly like to ask other asexuals what their view on romance is since many argue that a relationship without sex is just a friendship.
@Just_a_human well they can think what they wanna think. I firmly believe anyone can be in a relationship and be connected without encouraging sex.
a retarded prude disliked this cos she doesn't understand ur point,she thinks ur jus another horny guy is only thinking about sex, probably,but she doesn't understand that wasn't ur point, u were not saying a male can be in a relationship without sex, cos we can,but part of being loved is being sexually accepted, if a girl doesn't let us do it with her, it makes us feel worthless and like we;re not good enough for her... we need a approval
No romance is still there but again it's more of a best friend situation
@spesh Well the thing is, evolutionary speaking, romance and those intense feelings arose because of sex and how it increased the chances of the father sticking around to help raise the offspring. It's basically an intense friendship that is regularly solidified through physical contact related to sex.Friends can be very close and hug, cuddle and some even give chaste kisses in European countries. The emotional highs from romance comes from the anticipation in the act of bonding through the ultimate act of physical intimacy, sex.But a lot of people raised in puritanical cultures just don't get it.
*and the act of
Some people believe that you don't need sex for it to be a relationship.
And I respect that, but it's not for me