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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    No, I'm a homoromantic asexual.
    So if a really hot girl came on to you, in an appropriate context/environment, you'd say nay?

    Homoromantic asexual, wow, you learn something new each day!

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    Normally I just say I'm asexual because it's usually too hard to explain. :/


    and then I get into arguements, and then people call names, and then I logically deconstruct the names and the eventually it just turns into a war or robot vs religion and it sux balls

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    I am intrigued by human asexuality, but you specified that you were a homoromantic one.

    I must infer that somewhere inside of you, you at times think about being with women, but rarely if ever masturbate, or execute your fantasies into reality?
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    No.

    I just that a relationship with the same sex has a lot less barriers. You have the same body parts, so what's the biggie? You can focus on other things, like each other as a person. I don't object to relationships with the opposite sex, it's just that there always tends to be a lot more friction I noticed and I really don't like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    No.

    I just that a relationship with the same sex has a lot less barriers. You have the same body parts, so what's the biggie? You can focus on other things, like each other as a person. I don't object to relationships with the opposite sex, it's just that there always tends to be a lot more friction I noticed and I really don't like that.
    Yeah, but which sex are you more sexual attracted to?

    Logically speaking, I too, would love to be in a lesbian relationship, but I find myself more compelled to be with men. Does that make sense?

    Sorry for the derail. :/
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    hm.

    No, it doesn't make much sense. I don't really feel compelled to be with anyone. I just logically would prefer females for the above reasons stated. I've never actually met someone whom being in a relationship with would be any different than just being friends with them.

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    Do you ever feel lonely?
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    No, not really.

    Any time I've wanted to be in a relationship it was more out of curiosity than actual lonliness, because I know I'd be a pretty slack partner anyway hah

    At least, for most people I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by slant View Post
    No, not really.

    Any time I've wanted to be in a relationship it was more out of curiosity than actual lonliness, because I know I'd be a pretty slack partner anyway hah

    At least, for most people I know
    Would you classify yourself as being happy and satisfied with your life?

    If your answer is yes, then you are one lucky ass mofo!
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    Eh. I'm not particularly happy or unhappy about it. I prefer to keep a stable feeling in between. I notice people who get happy about something often usually get unhappy about something just as often, and it's a cycle of unstable emotions. So for me, I generally feel pretty content and 'ok' with my life. Rarely do I feel happy or unhappy about it. I have my spikes here and there, but they are rare and do not last long.

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