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  2. Skycaptain

    Aesthetic attraction

    Not mecha - but there are times I'll notice the car not the driver.
  3. Anthracite_Impreza

    #AsexualProblems

    Sounds like you dodged a bullet there. Still, that's an awful thing to say.
  4. This is actually worrying. I'm strongly touch-adverse (from birth too) and I didn't think I could feel the need to be touched (the idea felt kinda preposterous) but I could be touch starved, and I still really don't want to touch anyone... it's disagreeable and stressful and it makes me wince, so the idea that I need touch to be healthy is a bit scary...
  5. Anthracite_Impreza

    Aesthetic attraction

    Neither, cars all the way, especially classy saloons and tuners
  6. I've moved this thread from 'Questions about Asexuality' to 'Romantic and Aromantic Orientations'. Michael Tannock, Open Mic moderator and Questions about Asexuality Co-moderator.
  7. Gloomy

    Fictosexuality

    Personally I consider my attraction towards anime characters as part of my bisexuality, but if someone who is attracted only to fictional characters still considered themselves asexual because “they’re just fantasies” then I could see where they’re coming from.
  8. Skycaptain

    #AsexualProblems

    That wasn't a friendship, that was ten years of their trying to get "with benefits", a true friend would support your decision, not abandon (keeping it polite) you
  9. KrystalLost

    Aesthetic attraction

    I suck at telling what is sexual and what is aesthetic, but I'm probably more towards guys. I really like their eyes but then I get annoyed because anime is 100% better.
  10. Omega the Shadow

    Yum or Yuck!

    Possibly yum. I don't know for sure. Chocolate chip oatmeal cookies?
  11. SupercalifragilisticNugget

    Incredibly Ace Moments

    That would be an interesting spin on it, maybe set in modern-ish times.. he gets unintentionally famous because of his ability to swim without coming up for air..
  12. MichaelTannock

    Hello... I’m new here. Anyone from south east asia?

    A belated welcome to AVEN! Perhaps a QPR (Queerplatonic Relationship) is the answer? http://wiki.asexuality.org/Queerplatonic You'd still have to find someone who's willing, and explain what it means, but you could be as close or as distant as you want. Incidentally, it is a tradition here to welcome new members by offering cake, and here's a Rapa Nui (Easter Island) Cake,
  13. CelesteAdAstra

    Fictosexuality

    I think that it depends. If you could make the fictional character of your choice real and would actually like to have sex with them, that doesn't sound quite asexual to me. (I for example am fictoromantic, and I actually desperately want my beloved to be real. I am the last person you could call aromantic.) But if you are only attracted to them because they are fictional and you have no interest in actual sexual contact as in the aforementioned scenario, I would say the label fits.
  14. Omega the Shadow

    This or That?

    Frankenstein's Monster, because I think he's a lot more interesting. Kefka or Sephiroth?
  15. Aldis Friedman

    Incredibly Ace Moments

    Now that you mention it, in Japanese hot springs, you bathe naked with other people! Nothing sexual about it though. Some of the activities on the test can be innocent, depending on the context.
  16. MichaelTannock

    Fictosexuality

    Yes, I'd say Fictosexuals count as Asexual, since fantasies, in general, don't count if they don't reflect what you want in reality.
  17. Are you more aesthetically attracted to guys or girls? Or maybe to both equally? Personally- I'm more aesthetically attracted to guys,but if some girl is really pretty, then I also like to take a look on her.
  18. KrystalLost

    Fictosexuality

    I mean even if I'm demi I still prefer fiction to people as it's much simpler. So idk.
  19. Chihiro

    The New Aromantic Thread (v.1.5)

    IMO, people who don't feel romantic feelings are aromantics. Its a different kind of feeling and differs somewhat from person to person. For me its an addictive, giddy feeling accompanied by weird sort of craving to be around the person. What a person wants to do as a result of these feelings again varies, some like cuddling, some like giving gifts, sexuals like to do sexual activity, etc. Many aromantics don't pursue relationships because they are just happy with friendships. Being aromantic doesn't necessarily mean not interested in relationships. On AVEN, relationships pursued by aromantics is called QPR. BTW, I have been romantically in love and also been in QPR. The feelings involved were vastly different. But its literally the same as romantic relationship in terms of the amount of effort you have to put into QPR. Lots of communication, planning etc. Lots of hard work. I am not sure what you mean by "more than friends". I call people who are more than friends as best friends (I dont have any unfortunately. If I ever find one, I can just happily live forever after). Someone with whom you can be yourself but don't have to deal with typical relationship stuff (relationships are a lot of work). Personally, I feel 'best friend' is the best of both worlds- friendships and relationships. No need to commit. Dont have to think about them all the time. Dont have to adjust my life around them, like moving in with them etc. Based on what little you have said, feels like you are an aromantic who just wants best friends.
  20. Ninouk

    #AsexualProblems

    Wow. That's rough. I can't even imagine a friend saying something like this.. If it were me, I would probably guess it's a joke. What an **shole!
  21. I have literally never looked at a person in my life (er, unless I already have a relationship with them) and thought immediately about having sex with them, sooooo...
  22. Dr. Beat

    #AsexualProblems

    my friend point blank told me that I 'was of no use' to him if he couldn't have sex with me. Me telling him I was ace ended a 10 year friendship.
  23. The thing is that you can argue that it mostly attribute-able to bodymapping function. Even science don't always agree that they're different to the point where the rules are always attributable to one or another. In psychology, APA don't support the notion that there's much difference. Gender similarities hypothesis haven't been ruled out at all, and it is still being looked into these day. I did found this, but I'd have to check my earlier post to find some more - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0959438816300083 They found that males and females are most certainly similar.
  24. PoeciMeta

    Favorite obscure Animal?

    My profile pic 😂 It's a Gooty sapphire tarantula! Also, the blood-squirting lizard is so cool :3 To be honest, I have many, many more...
  25. Omega the Shadow

    Alphabetical "Better than sex" game

    Purring kitties are better than sex.
  26. I don’t think I've explained this very well- I just left it here to be mysterious and whimsical. 😂 My interpretation has always been that Macbeth looks back on his actions and realises it has all been for nothing. His wife is dead. He too faces death. He has no heir. He has betrayed and murdered all the people he held dear. Essentially, he’s having a bit of a mid-life crisis. This was my convoluted way of saying that how nothing means anything in a vague response to the original post. But I mainly just wanted to talk about Macbeth, because hey, Macbeth.
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