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    Sea dogs gobble nonstandard leftovers
  3. PrismaticDream

    Red, Green, Blue, RAINBOW GOATS!

    Red one.
  4. PrismaticDream

    Married Lesbian? Possibly Asexual? Is that a thing

    I agree with Laurann, a lack of desire to have sex with other people suggests that asexuality fits you. And you can be both asexual and a lesbian, if you are romantically attracted to women but not sexually attracted to anyone.
  5. Life Of Tass

    Hello I'm new

    Welcome to AVEN! Have some ace/demi cake!
  6. Skycaptain

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  7. Skycaptain

    Yum or Yuck!

    Yum Tapioca pudding
  8. KuraTheChibiCrystalKitty

    Alphabetical "Better than sex" game

    Jumping jeboras are better than sex.
  9. Skycaptain

    Red, Green, Blue, RAINBOW GOATS!

  10. I am really in love with my friend but I don't know if my love is platonic or romantic, Google is giving me BS, and I'm still clueless. πŸ˜• Anyone know how to tell the difference? Thank you!
  11. Skycaptain

    Alphabetical "Better than sex" game

    Inspections are BTS
  12. Pollen

    Hello I'm new

    WELCOME TO AVEN πŸ€— I hope you find some people who you can connect with 😊 Enjoy some cake πŸŽ‚
  13. 𝗧π—₯𝗬𝗣𝗛𝗒

    Henlo Stinky! Say it back!!

  14. Skycaptain

    Autosuggest nonsense thread

    Mercury is very popular with many people in their own calendar to make the most popular online games and even if they don't want the mission of a streaking beaver people may get the wrong way
  15. Skycaptain

    Word association game

    Tank Everyone, can I point out that "noisome" means smelly, not loud
  16. β˜†οΎŸΒ°Λ–* α••( ᐛ )α•—

    Sexual experimentation - is charity sex better than celibacy?

    I was thinking about this the other day actually. I was feeling guilty about it. But then I started to think about it a little differently. For me, when I'm in a relationship, I give my whole self. I constantly try to please the person I'm with, and try to understand them and their needs and their wants and adjust myself accordingly. So I really shouldn't feel bad when someone does something similar for me. It's okay for me to accept gestures someone is directing at me that are purely for me.
  17. Skycaptain

    Combine your username with the username above you

    @Glyn, and I thought it was a corruption of the Welsh for good day
  18. Laurann

    Married Lesbian? Possibly Asexual? Is that a thing

    It is against the Terms of Service to tell people what they are, but from my understanding, people with a low libido still desire to have sex with their partners, which you indicated that you never really did, and they might even consider their lack of libido to be a problem, while you on the other hand say 'you'd be 100% happy to never have sex again.' Personally, I don't think someone who wasn't asexual would be likely to say that. The real question is if you've ever desired to have partnered sex, or if you've ever felt sexually attracted to anyone? Aces can still watch porn and masturbate, and that doesn't mean they aren't asexual by the way. Some aces identify as autochorissexual on top of asexual, meaning they fantasize about other people having sex to get turned on, but don't want to imagine themselves engaging in sexual acts.
  19. AmorphousBlob

    Potentially conflicting definitions of asexuality

    Yep. That's pretty much me in a nutshell.
  20. Chocolatedevil00


    My mum seems to be thoroughly enjoying my nieces cartoons

  21. Bronztrooper

    Word association game

  22. 𝗧π—₯𝗬𝗣𝗛𝗒

    Henlo Stinky! Say it back!!

    Thanks guys looking forward to exploring the forums some more. Kind of overwhelmed with content.
  23. daveb

    anyone past 50 on here?

    Doesn't seem to stop people from taking them. Or taking all of the light bulbs is another example. On the other hand they will leave all sorts of useless junk, like a couple of plastic kiddie pools here.
  24. Life Of Tass

    Potentially conflicting definitions of asexuality

    Mildly sex-averse, sort of autochorissexual gray ace here. The second definition fits me well, because on the rare occasions I happen to experience arousal (I don't know if I can even call it sexual attraction because I'm not sexually attracted to anyone in particular, and if any of the hypothetical situations that caused that arousal were to happen in real life, I'd most likely bolt it, hence the autochorissexual aspect), I have no desire to act on it. This.
  25. chairdesklamp

    Dealing with Not Knowing + Help Me Figure It Out?

    I'm trans male. The dysphoria thing, I recently decided after years of HRT have me pass seamlessly for cis face-to-face, I really don't need operations. That being said, I panic about missing hormone doses because I'm very dysphoric about menstruating and body shape. And I need my binder to leave the house. Even when it's 126F in the summer and I'm struggling to not have heatstroke. But I actually don't have the need to get surgery. I really wish I hadn't miscarried and gone barren, and the mandating people to have bottom surgery and gonads off before recognising their gender is just gatekeeping and coercive sterilisation. Heck, the choices for bottom surgery for men aren't even any good. Only you truly know what's in your head, but I'm hearing some pretty strong social dysphoria episodes from you. That's my biggest one, too, is social. A lot of NB people don't desire medical transition because we as the world is now really don't have any kind of template for what any NB gender looks like. Or presents like. Except Hijra, a W/S Asian gender. Even intersex babies are immediately operated on and crammed into a binary gender within days of birth (which is also messed up). So, yeah, that's not uncommon, either. As far as I'm concerned, anyone who doesn't fit (as self-reported) the gender they were assigned at birth is trans. Just like exclusionist cisgays pushing out the whole rest of the rainbow, the idea that only FtM or MtF is trans is binarism. Most people only fight for what they are and up to enjoy helping oppress groups further down the ladder, but I think it's despicable. NBs absolutely belong in the trans community, because you're not assigned those genders at birth. What you feel, only you know, but if you do decide you're definitely not a woman/girl (you sound young), which is what I'm hearing, I'll defend your right to trans spaces as if it were my own. By the way, the chance I know it is slim, but what'd you cosplay? I'm in Bleach fandom and like cosplaying Ichigo. (Other than that, my knowledge of anime is 90s and before for American, 80s and before for Japan. My dad was the real cartoon geek)
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