Sex has to be pleasurable to you in one way or another. When you have sex, why do you have sex? I just think asexuality is, for all intensive purposes, bisexuality and a way to sound unique.
In my case sex is mildly pleasurable, but to my understanding it’s not the same pleasure that a non-asexual person experiences. Of course I could be wrong, but who’s to say? The few times I’ve had sex have been out of curiosity and for the benefit of my partner (my boyfriend is not asexual).
No, I would not say asexuality is bisexuality at all. These are two completely different things. I am attracted to one gender and not sexually attracted to anyone (except mildly towards my boyfriend!).
It’s not an easy thing to explain, but no, asexuality and bisexuality are not the same.
so you have sex... but you're asexual?
Okay! I was expecting this to be brought up, so here goes. Basically, I have always identified as asexual and now for the first time in my life I have met someone that I am comfortable with enough to try new things. In this case, sex. Now the reason I still somewhat identify with the asexual community is that I still do not feel sexual attraction or any intense sexual pleasure. I don’t know why that is, but that’s just how things are. I’m crazy about my boyfriend and I think he’s super but I still don’t experience sex the way I understand others do. It’s hard to explain. At this point I’d loosely identify as gray-area asexual (sorry if that irks you sexuality police).
If you’d like further explanation, ask more specifically and I’ll be happy to answer.
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