Shelved by: Jameson38sp on 2012-07-15
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as long as she's cool with him gettin it in elsewhere...it'll work.
i second that lol
She's kind of cute. This is kind of sad. Sex is awesome. :-\
I agree with the first sentence, but your best response to, "I don't like sex," is, "sex is awesome"? This is a subjective situation, sir; she can't help that she finds no motivation to reproduce.
Yeah I know. All I'm saying is that it's an awesome experience that she'll likely never know, not that it matters to her because she quite literally does not know what she is missing.
She very easily could've had sex before.
Just because she doesn't feel sexual attraction does not necessary mean she's never had a sexual experience, just Saiyan.
You are just Saiyan
I wonder how many steroids Broly took...
But she doesn't like it, which is sad because she was born that way.
She'll never get experience sex like the rest of us do.
Eh, I don't think you should pity (which is what's happening) someone for something they won't ever miss or be upset about.
I mean, that's like me saying to you that I find it sad you can't experience sex like I do and you saying to me that you find it sad that I can't experience sex like you do (if you're a guy. I don't know lol).
It's the same way that people say they feel sad for homosexuals, as they don't experience sex the way heterosexuals do.
You should never feel sad for someone. I imagine she's very happy with her life.
Well she doesn't really have a point of reference so she doesn't know what she's missing out on. But sex is awesome for those who do enjoy it, and that's something she will miss out on (the enjoyment of it, not necessarily the physical act).
There are women with either a biological asexuality, or an aversion to sex because of a horrid trauma. Either way, I agree with Meadock~ it would be unfortunate to not appreciate the awesomeness of the experience.
I don't think it's really up to other people to decide what's unfortunate for someone.
Like I said to android, saying "it would be unfortunate to not appreciate the awesomeness of the experience" is the same as saying "it would be unfortunate to not appreciate the awesomeness of heterosexual sex" to a homosexual, or vice versa.
I am asexual. I was in a relationship with a heterosexual for 11 years and am relieved to be out of a situation where I was doing something for someone else that I very much didn't enjoy. I've been together with another asexual for over 1.5 years now and have never been happier.
Don't feel sorry for us for being what we are comfortable as. :)
I bet you two are very productive.
Yep. Just not very reproductive.
I can certainly relate to 'relieved'. It sucks to be with someone you don't enjoy sex with. It destroys the relationship when the pleasure is one sided. It's great you found each other. And there would never be all that pressure around sex from either side. That's what ends good relationships, usually.
Mother of god...
It also doesn't mean that they are not having sex. It simply means that Jenni does not experience sexual attraction. It's not like she was born without a vagina. A woman can have sex without being aroused, it can be an extremely intimate act still, and even enjoyable as a way to connect emotionally. Even it it flat out sucked, sometimes when you love someone you don't mind putting their happiness first. It's when it's expected of you that it becomes a problem.
Official disclosure: I am not asexual, I am a sex crazed lesbian®TM, BUT there have been times that I really could care less about sex, like when I'm watching Doctor Who, yet I muster up the energy to please my partner because her being happy makes me happy, and there are other benefits to sexual intercourse beyond the ORGASM!!! Like fitness, emotional, and karma points towards those shoes I saw for $2600 yesterday... ;)
Purchasing shoes that cost $2600 (even if it's with karma points) is a life-style choice that I disapprove of.
Also, not to be racist, but since when do Lesbians spend/waste $2600 on a pair of shoes?
Since when did being a lesbian become a race issue?
Since June 06 2013