An asexual is an individual who is is not sexually attracted to either men or women. Important classifications to note:more...
Repulsed Asexuals: Asexuals that are opposed to the idea of having sex with any other individual. Some may masturbate to release any sexual tension, though some even find masturbation repulsive.
Flexible Asexuals: Asexuals that are more open to the idea of having sex and may be willing to have sex for the benefit of a sexual partner. Some flexible asexuals may even enjoy having sex.
Aromantic Asexuals: Asexuals who have little or no romantic drive. They usually prefer to be single. Some even never experience crushes. Aromantic asexuals are usually repulsed asexuals.
Romantic Asexuals: Asexuals who have a romantic drive and often have a desire to find a significant other. Romantic asexuals can be either flexible or repulsed. Flexible ones are usually willing to date sexuals and asexuals, repulsed ones usually prefer to date other asexuals when possible. Romantic asexuals are split into a few subcategories.
Hetero-Romantic Asexuals: Asexuals who are EMOTIONALLY attracted to individuals of the opposite gender.
Homo-Romantic Asexuals: Asexuals who are EMOTIONALLY attracted to individuals of the same gender.
Bi-Romantic Asexuals: Asexuals who are EMOTIONALLY attracted to individuals of the same gender and the opposite gender.
Pan-Romantic Asexuals: Asexuals who are EMOTIONALLY attracted to individuals of all genders.
Emotional and/or physical attraction felt towards the same sex in the absence of sexual desire. It is generally an orientation used amongst asexuals.
Homoromanticism in asexuals is less common than heteroromanticism.
a person who is not interested in or does not desire sexual activity, either within or outside of a relationship. asexuality is not the same as celibacy, which is the willful decision to not act on sexual feelings. asexuals, while not physically sexual-type folks, are none the less quite capable of loving, affectionate, romantic ties to others.
while many women involved in so-called "boston marriages" had asexual relationships, their partnerships have none-the-less been claimed by some as part of lesbian history.
Not to be confused with Sweden. Despite having very cold winters, is the best place in the world. If you aren't there right now, go there. A country that nobody hates. The women are hot, but not sluts.
Possibly the only way to improve Norway would be to make a couple of bigger cities. Oslo is the biggest city, though isn't really that big at all. If you want a modest town that reflects the perfect Norwegian way of life, go to Trondheim. All Norway needs is one or two cities the size of Brisbane or Melbourne.
Norwegian people are:
As easy-going as Australians, though as gracious as the British.
As not-caring as the Americans, though as courteous as the, erm, British.
As skilled as the Australians, though as modest as the Australians. (hehe)
As outgoing as the Americans, though as respectful as the Kiwis.
As attractive as the Swedish, though as un-slutty as the Asexuals.
Mummy! Mummy! Can I go to Norway?
syn., butch, carpet cleaner, lezzy,
taco filling, cheez & krak her, girl
from mars Non-asexuals are likely
to submit to, (a) the wit of a cunning
linguist; or, (b) oral worship by part-
ners of the same gender.
Dialog from movie (Training Day):
"Did she have a likker license?
Was she a dyke?"
A person who has sexual drive and the inclination to find love and sexual gratification, yet is entirely perplexed by the sea of sexual opportunities available to them, or is otherwise non-committal to their sexual identity.more...
Often functionally asexual or mistaken as bisexual, an agnostisexual isn't strictly speaking either. Unlike the Asexual, the agnostisexual is capable of experiencing sexual attraction and not repulsed, though many asexuals may simply not achieve sexual encounters because their conflict prevents them from doing so. Unlike the Bisexual, the agnostisexual isn't certain that they are attracted to both sexes, they're just open to the possibility that they could be.
Agnostisexuality may be the result of an adverse reaction to a individual's true sexuality (such as the 'gay-man in denial' scenario). It may also be the result of an individual's inability to discern the meanings of certain feelings that result from reactions with other people. Alternatively, the agnostisexual may simply have other problems that make exploring the sexuality problematic or secondary. A classic example of this later scenario would be the transgendered individual who has especial difficulty defining their sexual orientation to themself and to others because the gender stand-point they hold is itself wavering and complicated.
Agnostisexuals may chose celibacy as a result of their internal conflict, or they may alternatively go from partner to partner looking for 'the answer...
Someone who doesn't experience sexual attraction. Often confused with autosexual (sexually attracted to oneself), asexual reproduction (when organisms can reproduce without sex), celibacy/abstinence (the choice not to have sex). Asexuals may or may not be romantically attracted to others, and may or may not have a sex drive (though not directed towards anyone or anything).
Asexuality is _not_ a choice, and you cannot decide to become one. They are just born that way, the same way as people are straight, gay, bi, or whatever.
1. Jill: I hate men, I'm just going to become asexual
Me: no, you can't "become" asexual
2. I am asexual, I am not attracted to men or women.