akirajumps:

Shout out to all the asexuals who don’t talk about how people look because they’re afraid someone will discredit them as asexuals.

Shout out to all the asexuals who try and help their friends with their love lives but really have no idea what to do.

Shout out to all the asexuals who try very hard in every relationship they are in but still feel like they’re botching it somehow.

Shout out to all the asexuals who are told by someone close to them that they are broken.

Shout out to all the asexuals who don’t know if they’re demi or gray or what because they’ve never actually fallen in love.

Shout out to all the asexuals who aren’t sure if the feelings they have towards a person are the ‘right’ ones.

Shout out to all the asexuals who are still coming to terms with their asexuality.

Shout out to all the asexuals who try and join LGBTQA+ communities only to discover they are the only asexual.

Shout out to all the asexuals who are constantly afraid that their actions or words will come off as flirting when they’re just trying to be nice.

Shout out to all the asexuals who want to be in a relationship but don’t know if they can satisfy their partner with only feelings.

Shout out to all the asexuals who feel disgusted by sex but try not to bring it up every time their friends start talking about it.

Shout out to all the asexuals who feel constantly demeaned as if they were children because they don’t want to experience sex.

Shout out to all the asexuals who can’t find a good book with a character not interested in love – just fighting dragons.

Shout out to all the asexuals who feel constantly assaulted by the idea that ‘asexuals don’t like sex’ because that’s not the right definition.

Shout out to all the asexuals who have to deal with super intrusive questions once they come out.

Shout out to all the asexuals who have yet to come out for fear of erasure and other such cruelties.

Shout out to all the asexuals, because you are an amazing, diverse group of fantastic human beings.

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