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Posted 3/29/16

Ranwolf wrote:

*Still can not physically understand not having a sex drive*


It's not about not having a sex drive. As someone said before, you can have a high sex drive and be asexual. A person can get aroused and be asexual. It's a difference of what your body wants, and what YOU want. The body can be aroused while the mind isn't. So sex drive doesn't matter. It varies from person to person, but sex drive doesn't determine sexuality. Having a sex drive doesn't make you bisexual or heterosexual, for example. It's the same for asexuality. NOT having one doesn't automatically make you asexual, either. Sex drive isn't the determining factor.
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Posted 3/29/16

Anime4always14 wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:

*Still can not physically understand not having a sex drive*


It's not about not having a sex drive. As someone said before, you can have a high sex drive and be asexual. A person can get aroused and be asexual. It's a difference of what your body wants, and what YOU want. The body can be aroused while the mind isn't. So sex drive doesn't matter. It varies from person to person, but sex drive doesn't determine sexuality. Having a sex drive doesn't make you bisexual or heterosexual, for example. It's the same for asexuality. NOT having one doesn't automatically make you asexual, either. Sex drive isn't the determining factor.


Yeah that kind of logic seems to me like saying driving a three foot long sharpened crow bar into a man's heart and out his spine won't kill him. I just mean your words individually make sense but the way they are strung together make absolutely no sense to me . More power to you if you can separate the trinity of mind, body, and soul without dying but I still don't get it.
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Posted 3/29/16

Ranwolf wrote:


Anime4always14 wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:

*Still can not physically understand not having a sex drive*


It's not about not having a sex drive. As someone said before, you can have a high sex drive and be asexual. A person can get aroused and be asexual. It's a difference of what your body wants, and what YOU want. The body can be aroused while the mind isn't. So sex drive doesn't matter. It varies from person to person, but sex drive doesn't determine sexuality. Having a sex drive doesn't make you bisexual or heterosexual, for example. It's the same for asexuality. NOT having one doesn't automatically make you asexual, either. Sex drive isn't the determining factor.


Yeah that kind of logic seems to me like saying driving a three foot long sharpened crow bar into a man's heart and out his spine won't kill him. I just mean your words individually make sense but the way they are strung together make absolutely no sense to me . More power to you if you can separate the trinity of mind, body, and soul without dying but I still don't get it.


Understandable I suppose. I don't know how it feels to desire people sexually, so it makes sense if you don't understand not sexually desiring people. All while actually having a sex drive. XD It's kinda hard to explain if you haven't experienced it, I think.
Posted 4/12/16
No sexual but prude.
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Women are the fairer sex in my opinion. Quite fair indeed. Hahahaha. Fair indeed. I crack myself up.
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No thanks i'm not an alligator i'm human and that means I can't just change my junk at will this isn't Jurassic Park ya'know it's real life...
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Posted 4/19/16
I'm definitely asexual.
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End of the year clean up ^,^ Closing threads from 2016
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