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Morgenfluss

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About Morgenfluss

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  • Birthday 06/21/2003

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  • Name
    Luca
  • Gender
    Agender
  • Pronouns
    They/them and any neopronouns
  • Location
    Germany
  • Occupation
    School
  • Romanticism
    Aromantic
  • Sexuality
    Asexual

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  1. The Ace flag has the following stripes: black, grey, white and purple which are supposed to represent allosexuals, ace-spec, asexuals and community. If the Ace flag can have a stripe for allosexuals, what is the problem with the (unofficial) aro-flag having a stripe for aro-spec folks. There's nothing bad about including them. They're not harming the community or anything. And if this is such a big problem, maybe you should just ignore the meaning of the flag's stripes and use it as the Aro flag it is...
  2. I haven't seen a poll like this yet, but I was quite curious, because to me it seemed as if there are an above-average amount of fellow enbys on here.
  3. In general, to be a different gender than the one you were assigned at birth you have to at least feel a disconnection to your birth sex. For most people this is dysphoria. There are different times of dysphoria: Social dysphoria (feeling sick and/or wrong when referred to as your birth sex) and body dysphoria (feeling wrong/sick with your sex characteristics). Some also say that there's mind dysphoria, which is when you refer to yourself as your birth sex and feel sick. Personally, I believe, that you would need to feel dysphoric in order to be some form of transgender -- binary or non-binary. In general, take your time to figure things out. Experiment to see what you're most comfortable with. I wish you the best of luck, figuring it out!
  4. I've been a vegetarian for 10 years or so now... Ever since I was six. I do try to not use milk and eggs if there's a vegan option tho.
  5. In English class we were supposed to find synonyms for good and I found like twenty of them. The next day I wanted to present them and then my teacher started with "Well, it's not just a good kiss, it's an amazing kiss" and continued that way with all the words. Turns out, I didn't contribute to class that day. In German class we were analyzing love songs -- which was totally annoying, but whatever -- and I just couldn't figure out what everybody else thought the lyrics meant. For me stuff like "possessing someone" sounded more like Stockholm syndrom or something similar, whilst for everybody else it was a clear declaration of love. Another time in English class we were supposed to share the story of our first kiss. I said, that I once kissed a platonic friend to freak a homophobe out (I passed as female, she was female) (the homophobe actually ran away tho xD), but then my teacher just said that I was supposed to share the story of my first "real" kiss... Like,,, no,,, Is it really a surprise at this point tho that I was the only one who didn't learn how to use a condom in class? I'm quite sure that my grade suffered because of that, but whatever. Oh, and I once tried to write some romance. Yeah, I wrote a case of Stockholmm syndrom and the next time I wrote a QPR...
  6. A character I personally see as aromantic is Dean Winchester from the show Supernatural. Nothing has ever been confirmed, the fandom is just all about portaying and pushing him to be Bisexual and (of course 🙄) therefore biromantic, but he's got some good lines that just resonate with me. I don't know how you would see these, but I tried to find some examples: Spoiler S11E04 Spoiler S5E11 Since I didn't want to go through the whole series again, these are just some snippets, but at least to me they are signs that Dean might be aromantic. At least I see him that way. Maybe you could add those two as clips. Sadly I don't have any video material right now, nor do I have time stamps, so there might be some research involved on your side. And, btw, best of luck for your video! I can't wait to see the results!
  7. Hey fellow Aros! I think the title is pretty self-explenatory, but I'll still give you an example of how this game is played 😉 Person A: Person B? Person B: Yes. Person A? Person C: No... Maybe Person A now? Person A: Yes. How about Person B? I think you got the spirit 😄 I hope you'll enjoy playing! ~Luca/Morgenfluss Chibi Sam Winchester?
  8. A character I personally see as aromantic is Dean Winchester from the show Supernatural. Nothing has ever been confirmed, the fandom is just all about portaying and pushing him to be Bisexual and (of course 🙄) therefore biromantic, but he's got some good lines that just resonate with me. I don't know how you would see these, but I tried to find some examples: Spoiler S11E04 Spoiler S5E22 and following Spoiler S5E11 Since I didn't want to go through the whole series again, these are just some snippets, but at least to me they are signs that Dean might be aromantic. At least I see him that way.
  9. https://aminoapps.com/c/asexualityme/page/blog/asexual-and-aromantic-memes/Lj3z_QVu8uGD876DdmqzakKXYb4ajYggpP Not mine, but a classic, so I thought I could share it. https://me.me/i/quiddleprincess-that-aromantic-feel-when-you-start-worrying-that-someone-4843459
  10. Hello! I'm an Aro/Ace from Germany who just discovered that there is an aromantic equivalent to AVEN. I'm Agender and prefer to use they/them pronouns but feel free to use neopronouns as well. I've been identifying as Asexual for one and a half years, as Agender for shortly over a year and as Aromantic for just about a year now. Uh, what else is there to tell? I'm sixteen years old, currently in school and I love reading. I write fanfiction. I'm vegetarian. Nice to meet you all! Morgenfluss
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