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- Feb 3, 2009
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You're absolutely right - how could anyone, male or female, resist you?
I'd 'go gay' in a heartbeat for cheezmcnasty. Otherwise: straight as a die.
I think you would have to be asexual to not want to go down on dear Scotty.Hell, we'd all go gay for Cheez. Or Scotty. Stuff it, I'll jump Tremor, LFF and Maggie while I'm at it for good measure...
I am included. *feelz special* I'd jump you too, Angel. (And everyone else on this list, for that matter. )Hell, we'd all go gay for Cheez. Or Scotty. Stuff it, I'll jump Tremor, LFF and Maggie while I'm at it for good measure...
That's like, the cutest thing I've ever heard.Straight. I am a very emotional and romantic guy though xD
Wouldn't you be hetero-romantic, then? (I've done a bit of research on this as I've suspected that I might be asexual since it was mentioned that I might be by one of my close friends in high school but I honestly think I don't have enough experience in this area to be sure, but I'm still a little confused at all the terminology. Perhaps you know more...?)I'm off the scale, sort of. I can't place myself on a simple scale ranging from gay to hetero, because I'm partly asexual at the same time I'm completely straight. I have never felt the slightest attraction to males, women is the only thing that have attracted me.
It's difficult to put exact figures, but, say 3/4 hetero and 1/4 asexual? Something like that. One could maybe think that several years as single would make me needy as a rabbit, but it's actually the opposite. The more time I spend alone the lesser is the needs.
This is the very first time I hear this term so I can't say much about it, other than I love the sound of it, haha.hetero-romantic,
I've seen it used on asexual forums and in articles about asexuals and this seems to be what they refer to themselves as if I'm not terribly mistaken - (Which I could most definitely be.) - hetero-romantic, homo-romantic and...bi-romantic, I guess. (Though I haven't seen/heard any asexuals speak about being attracted to and/or being in a relationship with both genders; I guess it's not common or maybe I just haven't conversed with enough people about it.) I can only assume that since asexuals don't particularly take pleasure in sex - not in the conventional sense anyway - they consider themselves romantic. (Which seems very reasonable.)This is the very first time I hear this term so I can't say much about it, other than I love the sound of it, haha.
There are forums for that too? I guess I shouldn't be surprised.I've seen it used on asexual forums
Yes there are and, from what I see, they're very helpful. People go there to meet and converse with other asexual people as it seems rather difficult to actually meet other asexuals, some users on these forums are merely curious and wish to know more or are trying to discover if their lack of sex drive or pleasure in sexual activities means they're asexual and some of them are simply trying to seek help in being involved with a partner who is not asexual. I've actually considered joining one myself in hopes of shedding light on my own situation...There are forums for that too? I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
You know you are good with men/women if you go to an asexual forum and successfully chat up someone. Haha, this just struck me, and it would probably be a challenge.
I'm straight, but I am comfortable with saying that another girl is beautiful, I just haven't felt a sexual desire to be with them. I have toyed with the idea of making out with another girl but I really doubt I would go any further than that. I likes me my hard bodied men.
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I do feel like a gay man in a woman's body sometimes though!
You and me that makes two of us. I've never had an interest for porn, not even when I was a teenager. The initial curiosity I had didn't last long. I like to look at sexy women but I don't think porn is sexy.sometimes feels like the only guy on earth who doesnt watch porn
Right. People will always find excuses for their misdeeds.Although i want to say as a guy, as it's something i hear around the pub table a lot... is the belief guys hold that is '' we're ment to spread our seed '' this is usually a line that is rolled out after a discussion about these same men cheating on their partners. It's a line thats never held water with me as frankly, its just a down right excuse for those who cant behave themselves.
Wouldn't you be hetero-romantic, then? (I've done a bit of research on this as I've suspected that I might be asexual since it was mentioned that I might be by one of my close friends in high school but I honestly think I don't have enough experience in this area to be sure, but I'm still a little confused at all the terminology. Perhaps you know more...?)
I actually just did a workshop on gender and sexuality. There are two types of attraction. Sexual and romantic. There are some people who are only really attracted in one of the two ways, but most people experience both. Demisexual is a person that can experience sexual attraction, but they need to get to know the person first. Hope that helps.This is the very first time I hear this term so I can't say much about it, other than I love the sound of it, haha.