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miss-ingno  asked:

#15 “How have you made it this long without someone throwing you out an airlock or something?” for Trevor/Gavin? (if you don't feel like that ship, go nuts with a different one :D I love your writing either way)

I do like that ship, but, uh, this…didn’t turn out very shippy. Whoops. But it made me laugh, so I decided to keep it. Thanks for the prompt! I hope you like it! 

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Asexuality doesn’t mean you must’ve been born with less hormones or that you are picky and heartless. It doesn’t mean you can’t feel pleasure from sex.

Being asexual does not mean you condemn people who have sex. It doesn’t mean you can’t have sexual drive or that you can’t masturbate.

Identifying yourself as asexual should not be seen as a barrier that will stop you from having partners. You may have sexual intimacy sometimes, or it just won’t happen. Whatever makes you feel comfortable in that relationship.

You can become asexual because of experience, just as much as you can become one because you thought you fit in. You may even not find yourself fitting anymore later in life.

Most of all, orientation is not a choice.