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  1. YMBAI when you have a crush, all you can think of is 'I wanna bang her', or ' she's so fit' (more aromantic allosexuals) YMBAI when you have a crush, that person is never on your mind like everyone says so or what's in all the books, movies, TV shows, etc. YMBAI when you don't really get nervous or act too differently around a crush or when talking about them YMBAI dates (like candlelit dinners, eating only at fancy, expensive restaurants) seem pointless or too extravagant for you, and you'd rather just cuddle, eat food and watch a non-romantic TV show or movie. YMBAI Valentine's Day is completely pointless to you, and you only see it as a marketing scam like Christmas, except there's nothing to celebrate in your mind, surely you should love and care for your s/o the whole year and not just 1 day, right? YMBAI you see eating out with someone as a typical thing to do with friends (even with the opposite sex - I swear to god, I went out to eat at KFC with my best friend who was male like 3 years ago and everyone thought we were a couple and that it was a date, which was very difficult for me to understand) YMBAI you can't tell what falling in love is like. YMBAI you find romantic side plots in books, TV shows and movies pointless, when the story is not about romance. YMBAI you'd rather read sex scenes in a story than a romantic scene (aromantic allosexuals, and I only said read because all sex scenes in shows and movies 9/10 times are awkward as hell). YMBAI you don't understand how bad the friendzone is to allos, like rejecting someone isn't hard at all, and being rejected yourself isn't a big deal, like even if I am really attracted to a girl, and I want to go out with her, I don't get heartbroken at all if that can't happen (that's usually the case), and you move on quickly. YMBAI being friends with someone instead of being in a relationship with them is just as good, if not better. YMBAI you don't fully understand how bad a breakup is for others, you move on quickly. YMBAI you never considered romance as important in your life and would rather focus on other things like your career/education/dreams.
  2. That's great. I'll try to read it in French and see.
  3. Link to it in Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Aromantic-love-story-Nathalie-Bougon/dp/2369742712/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1551643527&sr=8-5&keywords=aromantic+love+story I just discovered this manga called 'Aromantic (love story)', which is translated in French, and I believe this is a manga about someone who is Aromantic. I watched someone talk about on YouTube, but my French isn't 100% there yet, so I'm not sure. Has anyone read it, and if so, is it good? update: I have found out that this is indeed a comedy manga about a female AroAce mangaka (someone who writes mangas), and that it has a lot of humour, and that the protagonist is very good. A French person on YouTube who reviewed said that she would recommend it to others as well. Here is the link to the review, thankfully there are French subtitles so I could understand it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RppMchCe3t4
  4. It would be really nice to meet up, and I would be able to travel down to London by train from the North East, I've never been to Manchester, but I would consider going there for a meetup as well, because I don't think it's as far. I wouldn't go further down than London, despite being from Kent.
  5. On the thread linked to the thread, I found this one person who says green should be aromantic and that red is heteroromantic, etc. https://www.asexuality.org/en/topic/112781-romantic-orientation-rings/?do=findComment&comment=1061053382
  6. I'm thinking of getting a ring soon. It is easier to find white rings, but they may be associated with weddings and wedding bands, which is pretty anormative and would be weird considering I'm not getting married until much later, if I want it.
  7. Thank god I hate everyone being like, "Oh my god being in love is the best and purest thing in the world!"
  8. As a questioning Aromantic, I have been platonically attracted to someone quite a lot to my best friend, and she thinks I'm romantically in love with her (we're both lesbians and she has a girlfriend who is so precious). Like, I asked her what having a crush is like and she thought it was because I was crushing on someone when I really wasn't, and for some reason I went along with it (I was having a really bad day so yeah I was off my head), but I'd been thinking about us being together for a while, and I think it was platonic because I have never had any romantic feelings for her, I just really like being friends with her because she understands me unlike others do and we've been best friends since we were 8, even though we live far away from each other. Thankfully, she didn't ask me about it when I went to visit her afterwards, so that was great. I'm planning to go visit her again for her 18th in April. So I think it can be possible, I'm Autistic, so I'm not too good with friends lol
  9. I'm actually (possibly) the opposite, I'm a sexual aromantic, and I always thought sex and romance were interchangeable, and that no one could want one separate from the other, and that sexual attraction and romantic attraction was just all together, so it was very weird when I began questioning my romantic orientation. I've not told anyone, solely because I don't like talking about my sexuality besides jokes with others and because pretty much no one would understand what Aromantic is, or how I can not love romantically but want sex, and how I've always wanted to get married and have children and I've been wanting affection from a girl. I can see how annoying it could be from the opposite end.
  10. I just found an Aromantic pride ring which uses the colours of the flag https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/549360318/aromantic-pride-ring-skinny-beadwork?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=aromantic+ring&ref=sr_gallery-1-3 I'm not sure, but thoughts?
  11. I like both the bracelet and ring idea, wearing a ring would be better for me personally, because I have sensory issues regarding wearing bracelets that aren't silicone or rubber (like the ones you get from awareness charities), but I still like wearing other bracelets, despite the irritation. I also love gemstones! I think I am going to try making an Aro friendship bracelet, because I like the concept of it representing an Aro's appreciation for friendship/platonic love, and I like making things. This could be really useful to find other Aros out there, even if we aren't very common in terms of numbers.
  12. Hey, I'm Elise, I'm nearly 18, and I'm from the UK. I only just discovered that I'm Aromantic, and I'm a Lesbian (Homosexual). I like singing, writing, drawing, playing the guitar, learning languages, etc. I'm called TripleA because I'm like a AAA battery; I'm Atheist, Autistic and Aromantic. I really want a girlfriend, but mainly just for affection and sex, or maybe something platonic as well. I've always been indifferent to romance.
  13. Hey, I'm Elise. It's nice to meet you.
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