Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Past hour
  2. will123

    Incredibly Ace Moments

    I bought a box of condoms and practiced putting one on when I was seeing a girl in my 30s before I was asexual. My thinking was if we ever had sex (never happened) I should display a modicum of knowledge about intercourse...
  3. TheAP

    Autosuggest nonsense thread

    Yard House of cards is on the way to the airport now and I will be there in a few minutes and I'll be there in the morning to get the kids to the park and ride at the church at the church
  4. Tunhope

    anyone past 50 on here?

    You have a new avatar @Muledeer Is it an animal that you see regularly? (What is it?) I read that keeping a card within a foil liner prevents that happening. You can buy card-size foil wallets online.
  5. The problem with religion-derived morality is that not only does it lead to issues like this, it is also usually a weaker argument. Dispelling the Kantian ethical view on abortion is much harder than dispelling a religious-based view, despite the fact they reach the same conclusions. Now dispelling is not the same as changing their mind, but it can be one step in the road to a real change in thinking. If people took more interest in debating others, or had more interest in philosophy in general, people may realize how many religion-based morality arguments do not stand up against attacking arguments. Personally I think a secular utopia would be great but I am practical so people can maintain their own religions as long as their beliefs do not interfere with me, and I will not interfere with their beliefs. People can, in religious contexts, believe what they they want to, as long as their actions do not interfere with others. But if they manifest those beliefs in a way that harms society then that is instantly problematic.
  6. Quacks


    My dad took me and my sister to a music store yesterday... I may have spent more than intended ,😅


  7. Crazycrazycultist

    Autosuggest nonsense thread

    Just don't think about the next yard!
  8. microlabelAbolitionist

    Exclusion of asexuals from LGBT community

    LGBTQ+ is including kink at pride parades now youll see specific kinks and fetishes on display everything from people wearing diapers to bdsm its becoming progressively more inclusive and your right things evolve and change there is good in almost every person in society realizing hey we are all LGBTQ+ (although i suspect before that time comes gay people who originally founded it will break off and invent a new group and learn to have stricter guidelines for inclusion this time that being are you a homosexual or not) but i think there will be some comical awareness in the future of so.ething such as this that is so inclusive and constantly changing its guidelines to become more inclusive
  9. NordicNoir

    Change one letter

  10. Aebt

    Aesthetic attraction

    I do not think I have ever found another male aesthetically attractive. I have only ever found females aesthetically attractive, but even that is a rare occurrence. For me there are three levels of beauty, below-average, average, and above-average. Males never make it into the above-average, most females do not either, but some have. Because of this (and the fact I have never felt any real interest in becoming close friends with any male, I in general feel more comfortable around females friends most of the time) I never thought I was bisexual.
  11. firewallflower

    Guess the word!

    Positive (0,1,7) Ballgame (2,1,5) Aqueduct (0,2,6) Politics (0,2,6) Blighted (4,0,4) Banshees (1,1,6) Brighams (3,1,4) Heighths (1,0,7)
  12. Banned for making up numbers.
  13. AceMissBehaving

    Change one letter

  14. AceMissBehaving

    Aces at Pride

    I think our footprint is growing. At least where I live there is a lot more ace inclusion. Last month I performed in a pride show that was very clear about being LGBTQIA, and recently applied to a queer representation show that specifically asked for ace and aro performers, so it’s getting there. Just by being there yourself you were helping make that change! From a merch perspective, folks will largely carry what they think they have a good chance of selling. If they don’t see a lot of ace people at a specific local pride, they might not feel ready to take a gamble on including a great deal of ace merch since they are out money on anything that doesn’t sell. The more flags they see though, the more likely they will be to include us their selections next time around.
  15. Nima

    Guess the word!

  16. @morecoffee. I understand how you feel. Normal sex does nothing for me. I would like to find a partner as well
  17. NordicNoir

    Yum or Yuck!

    Yum! Macaroni & cheese?
  18. Superunknown


    Finally figured out how to change my status thing I guess??

  19. Nima

    Change one letter

  20. TheAP

    Autosuggest nonsense thread

    Pikachu with a Santa hat and gloves and a hat and gloves and a hat and gloves
  21. Firefly8

    Aesthetic attraction

    All genders equally. I'm usually looking more at their clothing style, though. 😂
  22. Crazycrazycultist

    Autosuggest nonsense thread

    He was a great Pikachu!
  23. Nima

    A Sentence Forming Game

    inside Nimas fridge are rare edibles.
  24. ///////////////// morning prayers Man was created in the image of God. God is apparently asexual. Therefore my sexual orientation is an enhancement of my divinity. I understand the first humans were told to "go forth and multiply" but there was never a "thou shalt" included. Besides, original sin was more than likely the result of seduction. Lust after all is one of the seven deadly sins. I like what I am. Apparently God likes it too. If He (It?) exists. I suppose some day I'll find out - or not! Amen
  25. Agreed, and she was certainly the best practical option available, what I was saying was that compared to Bernie or even Obama her campaign felt lacking. Even her motto, "I'm with her" was not near as inspiring as Obama's "Yes we can". There are many places in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, etc, which are hurting economically with no end in sight. Hillary Clinton seemed to not really state her plans to fix those economic issues, or if she did she had a hard time conveying her plans to the people who lived there. What she stood for could easily be seen as a mere continuation of Obama's presidency, but without the signature achievements of Obamacare, etc. In light of a lack of planned policies (or a lack of information about said policies) those states voted instead with false consciousness, the pull of the idea of "culture wars" was too great. They might have voted Trump anyways regardless if Hillary Clinton had made her planned policies apparent, but her lack of plans and lack of spark in her campaign definitely did not help her. Trump, even though his plans were nonsense, off-the-walls bizarre, and never fully outlined, did make his plans stated. Tariffs (particularly on non-China nations) in the present economic climate are a horrid idea, and hard to implement without triggering retaliatory tariffs, but to the average worker in an economically-depressed state a plan sounds better than no plan. Americans are also woefully misinformed about economics, so that probably had a part to play too.
  1. Load more activity
  • Create New...