Rayven

sexylatinakisses's picture

ok, so im so heartbroken.
why are girls such misleading bitches?
i was talkin to this girl named christy.
she acted like she liked me for the most part.
we went on a date and everything.
then she texts me a week later and tells me she was talkin to someone.
a guy.
that ive known since i was little.
and every girl breaks my heart.
but,
im really not feelin guys right now.
at least they are more straight up about feelings.
elizabeth, shannon, crystal, and now christy.
and do they even care?
NO!
im so tired of this.
maybe i should join a site for the
ASEXUAL
community. ugh!

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jeff's picture

Hmm...

I think you have a misguided concept of asexuality.

You don't need any other people to help you be asexual.

In fact, I don't think I've ever been successfully asexual with the help of another person.

For best results, I think you should practice your asexuality alone. Otherwise you're likely to screw it (or someone) up.

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Azul's picture

-Er...

She doesn't want to be assexuality - she used a literary concept. She was voicing her frustration through an almost type of reaction formation. She doesn't want to be assexual, she wants to be a lesbian, but it seems to her that the path of assexuality would be easier for her...

Ginger's picture

When launching a misguided

When launching a misguided attempt to correct someone, its generally best if you use the English language correctly -- particularly if youre going to throw around phrases like "literary concept".

whateversexual_llama's picture

i dont think I Have decent

i dont think I Have decent advice but... life sure sucks, doesn't it! Just focus on friends... they make more sense anyway.

((And Mr. Blue, don't try to correct Jeff. He's always right, even when he's wrong. =P))

Be yourself. 'Cause if you're busy being somebody else, who's gonna be you?