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  1. I recently met someone and we get along rather well, apart from the fact that she is so frickin romance oriented. She is always looking for a relationship and is somehow always in love. 

     

    About a week ago we were playing 'would you rather' with a couple of friends (including her) and I got the question 'would you rather never have sex again or would you rather never find true love?'. Well for my aromantic bisexual (and virgin but hey I really want to have sex) ass that was an easy answer, but she then gave me a 30 min lecture about why true love was the best thing in the entire world and that it was incredibly sad that I would pick something as horrible as sex over the amazing concept of true romantic love. I am still annoyed by it

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    2. Philotes

      Philotes

      I am not out to her yet and I don't think our friendship will ever be so close that I would feel the need to come out to her. I am out to another friend that was also there and she was supporting me by saying that she thought the concept of true love is bs (she does have a boyfriend) and that there are many different forms of love, so that did help. But it is still shitty that so many people think like that...

    3. aro_elise

      aro_elise

      yeah, it happens and it's annoying.  like, you're not telling her that romantic love shouldn't be a part of her life; why does she need to tell you it should be part of yours?  also, the question wasn't "what one thing in the world matters to you: sex or romance?"  just because you're interested in one and not the other doesn't mean you don't have love or any other wonderful things in your life.  if that's what your friend--or anyone--thinks, i find that "incredibly sad".

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      also, the question wasn't "what one thing in the world matters to you: sex or romance?"  just because you're interested in one and not the other doesn't mean you don't have love or any other wonderful things in your life.  if that's what your friend--or anyone--thinks, i find that "incredibly sad

      This is exactly how I feel

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