My name is Amelia - but feel free to call me Millie, Amy or any other variation you can think of. I'm asexual... Romantic orientation pending.

This is a side blog where I post my asexy stuff, and it's LGBTQ+ friendly. I aim to make this a safe place for aces and allies alike.
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acenanami:

good reasons to headcanon a character aro/ace

  • you believe they don’t experience romantic/sexual attraction
  • you are aro/ace spectrum and want to relate to them more

bad reasons to headcanon a character aro/ace

  • they’re emotionally distant/have trouble making friends
  • you don’t like them/want to ship them with anyone
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notunprepared:

wackyisoptional:

charamei:

did-you-kno:

Source 

Please define ‘enough’.
Please define ‘enough’ in a manner which acknowledges that for some people this is flat-out untrue.

*hisses*, not everyone is allosexual, not everyone has a libido, not everyone thinks sex is fun, not everyone gives a shit, NOT EVERYONE NEEDS SEX, if you do great good for you,but stop spreading this stuff without caveats attached, because for those of us who don’t it’s harmful


Also, a newspaper article is NOT a good source of information for facts like this.Show me several peer reviewed journal articles, or at the very least articles from places like PsychCentral or NewScientist, and then we can talk.

notunprepared:

wackyisoptional:

charamei:

did-you-kno:

Source 

Please define ‘enough’.

Please define ‘enough’ in a manner which acknowledges that for some people this is flat-out untrue.

*hisses*not everyone is allosexualnot everyone has a libidonot everyone thinks sex is funnot everyone gives a shitNOT EVERYONE NEEDS SEXif you do great good for you,but stop spreading this stuff without caveats attachedbecause for those of us who don’t it’s harmful

Also, a newspaper article is NOT a good source of information for facts like this.

Show me several peer reviewed journal articles, or at the very least articles from places like PsychCentral or NewScientist, and then we can talk.

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I'm curious, though. If you're asexual, how are you intimate with someone?
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tungsten-edge:

jazidreamer:

babebraham:

If you think that sex is the only or most important way to be intimate with another person, I honestly feel bad for you.

Sharing stories, listening to each other, encouraging each other, having dinner together, going to the movies, taking a walk, laughing together, traveling, sleeping next to each other, being there when they’re sad and knowing how to make them better, hugging, holding hands, showering together, making art, learning something together, riding bikes, lying with them at night and running your hands through their hair while telling them what your earliest memories are, kissing their face and their hands and their back and their knees, having a picnic, swimming, dying their hair, helping them decide what their next tattoo will be, calling when you’re away, texting them when something hilarious happens, celebrating birthdays and holidays and anniversaries together, and so on and so on.

There are so many ways to be in love and express that love, and sex is not the only way.

Yaaay best summary for asexual,

Aces