i get so confused when parents dont accept their teens asexuality like?? you dont want them to have sex ?,?? but when they dont want to have sex you flip out?/,?? like?? ,? choose a side?,? ?
FUN FACT: it seems like more and more people are coming out as asexual because we finally feel safe enough to do so, it is not a fad, it is not a trend, and if you think it is one of those things please hop on the shut-the-fuck-up train to don’t-fucking-speak-to-me-ville.
writers keep making their villain characters asexual like damn you just expecting us to take over the world or what
Anonymous asked: After finding out about a/demi-sexuality I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I am not really interested in sex and thought that I was just a weird prude. Apart from one boyfriend who I was very emotionally connected to I haven't felt any sexual attraction and have had sex with guys I was seeing because I felt obliged to do it. I finally feel like I'm not broken anymore. Do you have any advice about coming out to my friends any family?
Anon, I’m so glad that you’ve found the words you need to describe yourself! It’s such a wonderful feeling, and if nobody else has said it yet: welcome! We’re glad to have you as a part of our community.
I’ve said this a couple of times recently, but it bears repeating. Because I do not know you or your family, I can’t give you any specific advice about the best way to come out to them. The best way to come out to someone is going to be the way that will make you and the person in question most comfortable. Since I don’t know either of you, I can’t tell you what that is. I’ve given some more general advice here that you might find helpful, though.