what MY asexuality does mean:
- I don’t want to have sex.
- I don’t feel sexually attracted to people.
- Sex isn’t part of my romantic relationships.
what MY asexuality doesn’t mean:
- I am a straight person trying to infiltrate LGBT safe spaces cause I don’t even consider myself part of LGBT community - I just don’t consider myself straight either as neither of those labels I feel describe me. Plus not many really want us there),
- That I consider myself oppressed like LGBT people - I don’t consider myself oppressed at all but I do get judgement from people because of my asexuality and some can be really upsetting/make me cry and hate myself. I am allowed to be upset about that.
- That a character being canonically asexual is homophobic. I don’t understand why people think this but i’ve seen it and it’s ridiculous.
- That I am judging others for having sex or sexual feelings. Again ridiculous assumption and illogical.
- That I can’t take a compliment on my appearance. As long as it isn’t a sexual compliment.
- That if you are my friend you can’t talk to me if you are worried bout something sex related (feeling pressured by partner, worried about something)