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You Are Not Entitled to Friendship.

Originally posted on The Thinking Aro:
I’ve seen some romantic-sexual people, both in my own personal life and online, complain about aromantic and/or asexual friends of theirs withdrawing from, diminishing, or ending the friendship(s) they share, seemingly without reason or…

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Have you noticed how many people you touch in a day?  I’m talking about handshakes, hugs, kisses, pats on the shoulder, anything.  Often, I’ll go through a day without touching anyone at all — I’ll go through multiple days without … Continue reading

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Houses and Hearts part 1

The story starts with a boy.  (The same way that many stories begin.)  I met him two years ago at an event that both of us were thisclose to not attending.  I met a bunch of people that night and … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking about my sexuality lately.  Not in a “must figure this out” kind of way, more in a rambling kind of experimental way.  Due to circumstances, I can date whoever I want right now, and I’m in an … Continue reading

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