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No, I want sexual relations with my partner.20
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Absolutely no problem at all.
Actually, asexual people are intellectually way more interesting. Where can I find this rarity?
If anything sexual, then only sapiosexual and limit the sexual part to the intellect and nothing else.0
I've been saving my virginity for almost 24 years but that doesn't mean I want to die a virgin so this is a big fat No for me.79
How and why would an assexual person want to date?3
No, I couldn't.0
I have and can’t do it again. Here’s the thing. Not wanting sex in a relationship is OK. Wanting sex in a relationship is OK. What’s important in a relationship is not universal to all.
Is it wrong if a woman doesn’t get serious with a guy because she wants kids and he doesn’t?
Is it wrong if a man doesn’t want to commit to a woman who wants an open relationship?
NO. Not everyone is going to be compatible. That’s the whole point of dating. Finding out if you’re a good match for a long term relationship. It’s ok admit someone isn’t right for you and vice versa.
Accept who you are. Love yourself. Realize that not everyone will want to give up sex to be with someone. You shouldn’t be trying to convince anyone to give up part of themselves to be with you. You should be trying to find someone who can be their self with you, just like you’re wanting someone who wants to be with you despite being asexual.
I personally will not date someone who is asexual because sex is important to me. That doesn’t make me a bad person. It means I’m responsible enough to know what kind of partner is best for me.
If you’re asexual, you should be trying to find people who share your needs. You need someone who is also asexual. Do not change for anyone and don’t try to change anyone.41
I realize that asexuality just means that they aren't sexually attracted to anyone, and that some asexual people still have sex and some don't, but I'm gonna operate on the assumption that in this case the asexual person doesn't want to have sex.
And under that assumption, yes I would still date them. Sex isn't that important to me. As long as we could still cuddle and kiss and all that, I would still be getting the intimacy I need from that relationship40
Depends... If she's asexual there is a chance that she would like to watch me with others... Still wouldn't be with her though... To not have the contact with your loved one is really hard. I would prefer not to. But I really love them I would try to make the effort0
No, sexual intimacy and feeling wanted is important for me in a relationship. I don't like restrictions either so not being able to do things people normally do and enjoy being together to the fullest would feel bad for me. Plus I am not that much of an emotional person so without sex I would soon feel like I am not gaining much from it and the relationship is not worth it, might as well be just friends.0
I mean I'd hang out alone with an asexual person, and you could call that dating. I couldn't have sex with an asexual person because she wouldn't get any pleasure from it. So there'd be no point in having an exclusive relationship.
I could have an open relationship with an asexual person.0
I would date an asexual person. Sex is not the most important thing in a relationship. And I honestly would prefer someone who wasn't obsessed with it. Though I would hope she'll be open to hugs, kisses, cuddling, and other forms of skinship.35
Hells no! Dealt with my late husbands impotence from his diabetes for over 12 years. He could say all he wanted that it was me but when you have desires and needs and they go unfulfilled, you blame yourself. Without the sex everything else like hugs and hand holding and kissing stopped too. And when I asked for an open marriage he said no... I still feel he was more than selfish to this day!10
Dating an asexual person doesn’t sound very different than being married after seven years with children. In that cause you are likely not attracted to eachother anymore nor desire sex with eachother. Lots of masterbation and porn. So why not?21
yes, assuming we would have sex occasionally. I want to have kids, as long as we have sex to make babies I am cool with it.
I find asexuals very interesting, and they have a way of channeling their energy into art, work, science, studies family, faith, etc
She would need to be very appealing in many ways, because not having sex often would be a huge sacrifice for me.20
If they still wanted genuine emotional and physical romantic intimacy - just not sex, I’d TRY it. But if they had no romantic desire at all... that’d be far too sterilized for me.0
no such thing as an asexual person ! Male and female created he them ! You either have a penis or a vagina and can not be having sex with out the opposite sex with you ! Thanks0
Only if she was a hologram:0
Years ago, I knew a lady who had zero interest in sex. She had sex in the past and saw no point in it at all. I didn't see her for a long time and then I ran into her and she was with a guy. She said that they had just got married. Funny he came across as being gay. I wonder about all that!20
No, I would not date someone who was asexual, because it would be pointless.
Dating is part of the mate selection process, the ultimate goal of which is to choose someone as a life partner with whom to have children and a lot of sex.
Therefore, someone who was asexual would be eliminated immediately during that mate selection process.0
Tried to in college once. Then, her sister was an abusive jerk to me for no reason. And she would never defend me when her sister was needlessly rude. So I blocked both of them and dropped them like hot potatoes.20
No cause we won't be compatible and that leads to quite a miserable relationship0
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No. For me it’s soul destroying.
I can survive without sex but for me I can’t be happy in a relationship where I don’t feel wanted sexually. Holding back is different then not wanted.
It’s about as big a dealbreaker as there is.
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