Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Eziio, Feb 14, 2017.
i think im androsexual
Is it weird that I sorta relate to this?
After much thinking, and not coming up with any possible answers, I eventually decided to just go with my flow and do whatever I was truly comfortable with (without hurting anyone). Feels good to know that I'm not the only one experiencing something at least similar.
I wanted to say something, but I'm not quite sure what exactly I'm supposed to say. But I just wanted you to know that you shouldn't hate yourself or feel like you're wrong, you're not alone, just take your time and move your own pace.
Men/masculine ppl are great
A couple of weeks ago i figured out that I might be asexual. Something finally felt right in me when I came to terms with it and I felt proud of my 'asexuality'. But the problem is I'm 16 and I feel like maybe I'm just not old enough to know about my romantic/sexual preference.
How old do you think someone has to be to know they are asexual???? It feels right but idk i still doubt myself for whatever reason....
Tbh there is NO age,you could be 12 you could be 70
even if it does eventually change,doesn't mean your time identifying as ace wasn't valid
I identified as ace for 4 years before I met my gf and realised I was demisexual,I don't blame myself for the change - it's natural I still have just as much pride now for my identity as I did then
If it feels right,then it just feels right ^^
thank you!!! this makes me feel better about myself lol
Hi! I'm an androgynous pansexual female, and I go by every pronoun; but most comfortable with female pronouns. I'm trying to start an LGBT club in my school but I don't know if I should do so since the students are pretty harsh on the topic. Any tips on what you think I should do? Thanks!
Maybe you could do an anonymous questionnaire for peoples thoughts on it? it might surprise you ^^
it'd probably end up more trouble than it's worth in the end. school sucks. if you're gonna set up something like that i think you'd have more luck outside of school. just my opinion.
Lowkey I feel like a lot of people think I'm faking my sexuality because I'm not clear about it (I'm talking about people at school). Like just because I don't openly go rainbow all the fucking time doesn't mean, I'm "pretending" to be gay just to "get attention". Like no I would never pull something like that, my family is conservative and Catholic. And to some extent I'm pretty sure some of the gays at my school think the same thing because they get so shook when they find out (I came out to my English class once, and everyone freaked out for like 5 minutes). People (including the gays) even come up to me like "Are you sure you're gay? I just never thought you'd be gay because you're always hanging out with some guy." What do you think I should do? Because I feel like I'm not being ambiguous about anything, I just don't show my emotions a lot (unless some hot girl says hi to me or something, but then I just become a tomato and start hyperventilating).
Straight people don't have to keep bringing up that theyre straight in order to prove that theyre straight so why should we have to bring up that we're not straight in order to "prove" that we're not straight
Oh my god yes @Eziio thank you for being an intellectual.
I'm straight, but I support you.
Your support helps change the world
One day everything will be fine.
I need some help. There's this really fine guy at work, and he's hitting on me. I told him I've never kissed a guy, but I'm bi. And he's like why, so I'm like "because I never got around to, I've only kissed girls". He sends this cryptic ass text like "Soo we can solve this kiss problem". I'm high key freaking out right now. What's the difference between kissing a guy and girl? Is it bad?
Update: He asked me the top 3 guys I'd give my first "guy" kiss to at work. Oh my god please help, I'm gonna start hyperventilating from nervousness.