honestly the ideal date would be eating takeout Chinese in our pjs while watching Netflix and you play with my hair
My Favorite Wecomic
My most favorite-est web comic ever is Dumbing of Age by David Willis. Today’s comic included the word asexuality, a word which has begun to jump out at me whenever I see it. That desperate for representation in media. So when I saw what Roz said about it, “Asexuality is also a fine choice,” and I groaned. How could it get it so wrong?
Then I started thinking about it. Roz, before she said that about asexuality, that it’s okay to like boys and girls. With this context, it seems like Roz is saying that sexuality is a choice. But going back, we remember that Roz is pretty chill with all forms of sexual attraction. “A fine choice,” does not mean, in this case, literally a choice, but just Roz’s way of saying “whatever you like, that’s fine.”
//TODO: Provide Title.: An Asexual's Guide To ...
It’s Asexual Awareness Week, and, as promised, I’m publishing the first round of the potentially on-going “An Asexual’s Guide To …” series.
For those of you who were holding off on reading the individual posts until you could race through the whole season in one go, today is your day. Here are…
So I’ve been thinking about my romantic orientation deal, and I’ve come to the realization that I’m the opposite of demiromantic. I’ll crush on people, both males and females, but the more I get to know them, the more the feeling of romantic attraction fades. Anyone else experience this?