One of my least favorite things about our love-and-sex obsessed culture, is that I can’t actually hang out with anyone. If I go “hey wow you’re cool do you want to hang out sometime,” it always sounds like I’m asking them out. And as an ace person, I’m not?? i really don’t want to? please don’t date me I just want friendship??
So, I propose that we scrap the idea of asking strangers on dates, and institute “friendship dates.” You give out your number to someone who looks cool (wearing a geeky t-shirt, overheard them talking about something you like, etc) and then you invite them out with some other friends of yours and have a good time.
Am I wrong, or can we please just have some, like, platonic relationships? For once?
I just saw a post making fun of you and decided to let you know that the voices of those who support you are louder than those of some whiny bitter gatekeepers, so.. *grabs microphone and climbs on the table*
You’re part of the lgbt+ family!
Demiromantic? That’s a valid label! You are lgbt+! I love you!
Demisexual? That’s a valid label! You are lgbt+! I love you!
Demiromantic lesbian? Homo-demiromantic asexual? Panromantic hetero-demisexual? Any other label involving demi? Yes, that’s real! All of that! You’re allowed to identify as that!
If anyone thinks your label is “too complicated” or “fake”, that’s their problem, not yours!
Demi? Wonderful! I’m so happy to have you in my lgbt+ family!
‘’Don’t talk negatively to yourself because you deserve so much more. Treat yourself how you would want to be treated by others — or how you treat others — because you’re an amazing person…I think healthy living is all about finding activities that you love and make you feel incredible. When you love what you’re doing, you’re more likely to feel inspired to keep it up…I really don’t change anything. I stay healthy and active so that I feel my best, mind, body and soul. It’s not about looking a certain way for a certain event. It’s a lifestyle for me.’’