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Me: has internalized aro/acephobia
Me: reads to escape from my problems(as per usual)
Book: forced romance plotlines, unnecessay sex scenes
Next book: forced romance plotline, unnecessay sex scene, "[romantic] love makes us human"
Next book: forced romance, unnecessay sex scene, consistantly repeats the idea that the only humans who can't feel love are psychopaths, has line that sex=love
People need to come up with better plots so they don't have to rely on that crap to keep most people interested. On the plus side, I have a pretty clear view of where those thoughts come from.