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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
There are a lot of "asexual" people in this community, and I have to wonder why. I think it may be one of two reasons.

1. There is a fear of intimacy. Which makes total sense if you see how women are treated in hentai, lol.

2. There is a unrealistic expectation on relationships in real life which has possibly been ruined by fantasy anime relationships.

Long story short, don't be afraid to touch stuff. It's fun.
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My friend who is asexual said it's something to do with how her brain is, and it's not something that can be changed. She loves intimacy, just doesn't care for sex.
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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
Sorry had to cause of the title

Posted 12/17/15
I'm not asexual, I'm 2dsexual. If 2d girls were real, I'd be having lots and lots of sex, ya hear me?!
Posted 12/17/15
ya flaming bruh, just admit it.

idc, people can do what they want
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I used to think I was asexual, and reason number 1 was entirely accurate in my case. I'd brush off anyone trying to flirt with me because I just wasn't comfortable with someone getting that close with me, and didn't think I ever would be. It took a confession - and some pushing on her part for me to accept it - for me to question my sexual orientation, and a year-long online relationship and entering the workforce for me to get accustomed to her and to people in general, respectively, to the point where I didn't feel the need to suppress my sexual urges every single time they showed themselves.
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I don't think it's those might be the reasons why people say they are ace. And like, even if a person became ace because of something like that, wouldn't it be rude to comment on it? I don't know much about the topic, but asexual people can still be part of a intimate relationship. Maybe not with people like you since by your tone it sounds like being asexual = no intimate love or something.
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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
so much flame, i'm rather offended by that. ʢ ͡°▾ ͡°ʡ
Posted 12/17/15
I wasn't even aware people could be asexual until I joined this community
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Posted 12/17/15

Werina wrote:

so much flame, i'm rather offended by that. ʢ ͡°▾ ͡°ʡ


Werina-san no! Gomen'nasai!
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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
honestly I don't think anybody is asexual. I just think they haven't met somebody theyre compatible with. it happens all the time
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Posted 12/17/15
I have a hard time with seeing people in a sexual way.
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I think those are more of reasons why people would be reluctant to go into a relationship, not why people are asexual. Asexual is another type of sexuality, just like homosexuality or heterosexuality. They can still be in romantic relationships and be intimate, they're just not interested in sex because that's how their brains work. It's not really a conscious choice. On the other hand, there are a lot of people who want sex and intimacy, but have had bad experiences with it, or they're not sure how to go about starting a relationship like that. That's not what asexuality is, though.
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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
I haven't seen many people on the forums claim to be asexual. Could you point to some examples?

Even then, I really don't see why this matters in the first place. Seems to me like you're just assuming their claims are false and trying to play psychologist despite the fact that they're complete and utter strangers you've never met before.
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Posted 12/17/15
Asexuality is not "Not wanting to be in a relationship".
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