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][And of course he rambled on after this about how he's asking in a scientific sense, but never phrases anything about heterosexuality as though hormones and societal expectations have groomed them to be straight. I'm assuming this person took one look at the photo and judged me early twenties--that's the usual assumption--but yeah, most people don't tell mid-thirties women that they're too young to know what they want sexually.][Too bad if I die a happy asexual centenarian, people will still be grinningly assigning me pity for never having found the one. THEY all know it was just a matter of me not meeting them.
Nobody ever wonders whether a person was harassed and abused into identifying as straight. Not anything about my sexual orientation not including that kind of attraction or anything.] 12. Everyone seeks to maximize pleasure, unless they adopt a philosophy or spirituality of denialism, so a human being inherently nonsexual immediately suggests to me that there is an underlying medical or hormone difference between them and other humans. People like you have certainly almost never caught flak for going out of your way to make sure we know we aren't normal. And considering I would have to fight my own nature to MAKE myself have sex, seeing it framed here as "denialism" in the name of refusing myself pleasure is hilarious.] I just love the old "this is just to save face because no one would bang you anyway," as if there actually is an objective line of who's just plain too ugly to get sex. But tell yourself that it's about us not being able to get any offers if that's what you have to do to sleep at night.][Amazing how often this gets said even to people who have had sex and liked it all right but still identify as asexual.
[Then go read that because they exist and the sex researchers who did so seem to have concluded that asexuality isn't a disorder.
But why would you need to go actually read what the research says when you already intrinsically know that people who aren't like you need psychological intervention to fix them? I guess it means nothing that as I'm inching toward forty people are already telling me I'm also too old to want sex?
The article is called "You're about as sexually attractive to me as a turtle: Coming out as asexual in a hypersexual culture." The interview was great!The first time I was interviewed in Salon was in 2005--almost ten years ago now. Except for the fact that more educated people were arguing with them, I really felt like we had kind of made no progress based on this, and that was a kick in the face. It's fairly obvious that this is a medical condition. You can thank birth control for that, not asexuality.][Honey, the article was about asexual experience, and you too can use Google to look up the medical side if you're interested.I really wish it didn't sound like advertising for me to say JUST READ THE BOOK, JACKASS, but really. So now, for your entertainment, I am going to play Asexual Bingo with you as an illustration of what kinds of invalidation and mocking I'm dealing with! Not something that needs to be "cured," but obviously an abnormality. Somebody linked this person to the huge list of articles on asexuality research.] 4.Is this not just another false flag for abstinence education? The "magic" of therapy happens when a psychiatrist or therapist really does understand someone's life better than the person themselves understands it- the term for that is "a breakthrough." It's up to you to decide if you want to plaster this wall with bumper stickers or do the hard work of therapy.I would rather read a psychological study of this condition than find out a bunch of people have gotten together online to form a support group and they invented their own lingo and slang for it.