Do you believe that someone can truly be asexual, or is it a bunch of bs?

It's BS
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Yes, I believe you can be
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I'm asexual, so yeah
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  • I think there are PERIODS in time in someone's life (some few days some few months) where anyone can be asexual but then it leaves. It's normal. I don't believe that someone can be asexual their entire lives, even if it's almost never, they crave sexual stuff at some point. Just look at that Indian man that tried to get the kid to suck his tongue, even the way he placed his hand on the kid was full of desire the way he was shaking. it's so disgusting. that's why people should not pretend they can go into these crazy roles where no sex is allowed because when the urge comes they can be turned on by anything since there hasn't been sex there for too long.

Most Helpful Girl

  • I'm asexual. It's no big deal. My husband isn't aware.

Most Helpful Guys

  • I have a few friends who are. People can be asexual, It's not always black and white and it could be layered into a relationship identity. They can like partnerships but not be sexually attracted or have no sexual desire. Like one gal friend whom is asexual is also aromantic, no romantic attraction to anyone but likes the free-will of life, she'll even go on vacations alone. Everyone is unique.

  • I have no idea. I can understand days where you might not want to have sex at all, since I've had those vomiting and shooting diarrhea out of my ass at the same time. I might have even turned down Jessica Alba during those days. Maybe asexuals are like that every single day.

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What Girls & Guys Said

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  • I’d have to be castrated first

  • It's very real but probably not super common

  • Why would you care?

    • I mean I am, but I just was wondering if people think it's BS or not, because sometimes people think you're crazy, or your lying, if you say "I'M good, or "I don't care about trying to find somebody". It was just a fun question, to gauge if you would believe it, if someone told you, they're asexual

  • I guess it's possible, but the way the few people who claim to be asexual described it to me sounded more like they were just uncomfortable with sex.