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ruth

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  • Name
    ruth
  • Gender
    non-binary
  • Pronouns
    they
  • Location
    CT
  • Occupation
    hs student
  • Romanticism
    aromantic(?)
  • Sexuality
    bisexual

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  1. @Jot-Aro Kujo i have said countless times im not trying to invalidate anybody. the sole reason why i am unsure of my own opinions is because i acknowledge asexuals who desire romantic relationships exist. i admit that my initial statements were misleading but please do not accuse me of aphobia i just wanted to know how people defined romantic feelings, that is it.
  2. I'm not trying to disrespecting anybody. I'm only confused as to what makes an attraction romantic from an objective standpoint
  3. I am pretty skeptical on the whole idea of "romantic love". I don't have a stable opinion of it yet but I'm leaning towards the idea that it's all made up. To me, "romantic love" is sexual attraction and a close friendship combined. I don't see it as a whole new type of love. Are aromantics just people who are aware that what defines as romantic love is very vague? Not to mention it's something wholly unique to humanity. I don't know, I am what you would consider an aromantic so maybe I'm skeptical because I have never felt it before.
  4. thank you for the insight you two i meant to reply earlier i apologize >_< I understand that dysphoria is different for every person. Gender is a complicated subject and no two people are the same in regards to it I think right now I will use non-binary or use genderfluid. I actually was looking into genderflux but I feel like genderfluid fits me better
  5. @Jot-Aro Kujo I have looked into genderfluid actually. I think my issue isn't with labels itself but rather if I'm actually dysphoric. I think genderfluid people would still have an issue being seen as their birth gender bc even though they might identify with their birth gender for a moment they're not whatever their birth gender is - they're genderfluid. /I/ do not have an issue being categorized as my birth gender whenever the dysphoria dies down.
  6. Hello all Lately I have been struggling with gender identity I don't mind any interpretations of my feelings. I won't get offended. I know that at the end of the day my identity is my own choice and nobody can say otherwise. anyway . . . There are days where I feel as if I am genderless or have a neutral gender (agender) and am incredibly dysphoric about my body and how other people percieve me. There are days where I feel like I don't care if people see me as female and I don't feel detached from my body. There are days where I feel like I have a masculine gender (not necessarily male) and once again feel incredibly dysphoric about my body and how other people percieve my gender I feel so confused. I don't know why I feel this way. I don't think I am 100% cis because of those episodes of dysphoria. I'm not sure what it all means. Sometimes I am cis and sometimes I am not. Perhaps I'm struggling with "gender role strain" instead of gender dysphoria? I'm so lost HALP
  7. HELLO! I am Ruth I have discovered that I may be aromantic. It's been difficult coming to terms to this because I feel like I'm missing out. I'm supposed to fall in love and establish a romantic relationship but I simply don't fall in love! I'm emotionally satisfied with a very close friend. I always felt alienated from my friends and family for not having any interest in a romantic relationship. It's relieving finding people who feel the same way I do.
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