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    Question I'm a Asexual ?

    Well, I do not know where to start... OK I was reading this The Asexual Visibility and Education Network | asexuality.org and think I'm asexual.

    This are my reasons:

    1. I feel no attraction for women and men
    2. I've never taken time to watch porn on internet (I do not do by be Christian, just I do not like)
    3. I am single and I have no rush to marry
    4. I'm 80% AB and 20%DL
    5. I'm a Furry but not Yiff

    But I do not rule out that I'm straight, only I have this lifestyle that is foreign to many. I had a problem when I was 14 years old, I remember a "friend" had a lot of pornography of women (photos) he wanted to sell them for $5 but I said I'm not interested and he reacted like that "OMG YOU ARE GAY FAGOT!" I felt so bad, I cried like a baby that night, the next day I did not want to go to school because that day the gossip spread like a flame, all believed that I was gay and that was false because always I been straight and I will be ALWAYS!

    ok enough of me

    Anyone here have an experience to tell?
    Last edited by Furcub; 08-Aug-2013 at 21:12.

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    Hey Asexuality is nothing to be afraid of, in fact I am the same way. It is perfectly normal... well in my eyes, it is strange when talking with others about it because alot of people just don't understand it. My mom keeps thinking something is wrong with me, but we are a minority Be Proud

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixon View Post
    Hey Asexuality is nothing to be afraid of, in fact I am the same way. It is perfectly normal... well in my eyes, it is strange when talking with others about it because alot of people just don't understand it. My mom keeps thinking something is wrong with me, but we are a minority Be Proud
    thanks dixon

    Is true, no one believes, My family think I'm lying but that does not matter

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    I am so tired of he brain washing of we should not be attracted to the same sex. I'm 61 and have always been attracted to both mena and women. I must have been a real late bloomer because I was 18 before I had any attraction to ether sex.

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    Personally, I identify as Asexual. It's not a real issue in day to day life, and even simplifies things for me. I feel not having attractions based on physical appearance (Limited to kinks, essentially) makes me more objective than some others.

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    I'm pretty sure I'm asexual too, it's relatively common here. Not really a biggie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwidl View Post
    I'm pretty sure I'm asexual too, it's relatively common here. Not really a biggie.
    Yeah, seems like it's way beyond the estimated 3% on ADISC. Pushing 10% probably, then again, 12% is estimated gay/bi, and I think we easily have 20-25%. Fairly open minded community, I suppose.

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    Wow, this post actually make me realize that there's a chance this might be me. I've never had a girlfriend nor have I ever actually had an interest in dating a girl, or a guy for that matter. I'm 18 and fully capable of being sexually active however I just have no interest. Well, this is a little frightening in some ways. I don't think I'm gay but I can honestly say that I don't want to be. Not really sure if this is bad or even what to think of this.

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    I agree with you on the objectivity point, Eulogy. I'm always amazed at how much people react to a pretty face. It's like, hypnosis or something... that I'm immue to. :P

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    There's an Asexuals Of ADISC group, so you're in good company!

    Asexuality is one of those things that isn't very well understand by the general population. This might be because sexuality is an important part of many peoples lives and the idea that people can simply be 'not interested' is quite alien to them.

    A common misconception is that asexuals are unable to love people. However, that's simply not true. An asexual can still enter a loving romantic relationship with a partner without having to entire a sexual relationship at the same time.

    In the end it's just another label and shouldn't matter as long as you can be happy with yourself. You can be gay, straight, bi, asexual or other. It doesn't change that you're a decent human being with thoughts and feelings. Every last one of us is unique and special in our own way.


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