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  • Name
    Collie
  • Orientation
    angled aroace (demiromantic/demisexual)
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    girl
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    cashier

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  1. You can be aro or aro-spec and still enjoy shipping and not be romance repulsed! I'm demiromantic, but I have only ever had feelings for two people, one a crush that faded after a few months and one person since that I consider myself to be actually in love with (even now). But I don't care about finding a romantic partner, don't really want one......though I used to find the idea of having an S/O to be nice when I was younger. If you haven't had a crush or been "in love" in the romantic sense, then you're probably aro! Fictoromantic (having feelings for fictional characters) peopl
  2. Can I say that I like how it makes me feel kinda unique? Is that okay?
  3. I have a few ships. One or two that I'm really into. But typically, I don't ship and even am surprised when a relationship develops in the actual series in many cases. 😂 (Even if it's a romance series!!) But sometimes if it's obvious that two characters are being set up, I will ship them a little bit just cause. But overall, shipping isn't really on my mind too much when I watch things. Also, I hate most romance in Western shows--anime does it better.
  4. I make TikToks and I'm demi/greyromantic, but I don't typically make videos specifically on aromanticism. I'm more of your below average fursuiter and cosplayer.
  5. Romance is a vague kinda concept and apparently it's a new-ish one that didn't really exist a couple hundred years ago. Romance as an emotion definitely exists, but is hard to define in a way that is "one size fits all". I consider myself to be in love with a friend of mine, romantically, but I don't necessarily dream of kissing her, cuddling her, etc.....more I just want emotional intimacy and to know everything about her and to share everything with her and to be around her constantly. I'm fine with doing physical stuff with her like kissing and hand holding, but my desires in regards t
  6. Dysphoria being the opposite of euphoria......ah, I see! Don't mind me, just had an epiphany.
  7. I ship Goku from DBZ with his wife and all, but a friend of mine headcanons Goku as demiromantic and I agree with her.
  8. Aesthetically, I like blonde, long-haired guys. But I experience aesthetic attraction very little anymore.
  9. When I see romance in movies, I'm just like, eww. But in anime? I'm like "good shit!" 😂 Maybe it's because romance in most movies tends to come kinda out of nowhere? Whereas, anime tends to build it up and let you get to know the characters first. That said, even when I'm watching romance anime, it somehow still hits me out of nowhere when they start confessing.😅
  10. Not personally triggered by suicide, but I have triggers for my anxiety. I think it can just remind us of the state we're in, and that's why.
  11. Hi! Welcome! I think swearing is okay, but I'd check to see if there's any rules posted up anywhere to be sure
  12. Being greyromantic is being in a weird state of somewhere-in-between. Because some people say, well, if you've experienced even a little bit of attraction, you're not aro, or even "if you have had only one crush then you're alloromantic". Then others say, "well, grey means you haven't experienced enough attraction to establish a clear pattern, so you can call yourself aro if you want" For me, I mostly relate to aromanticism. I have had very rare crushes (one that bordered on alterous attraction tbh), and even used to have a bit more interest in romantic things. So I call myself greyroman
  13. It's normal to experience attraction to men and women differently
  14. First of all, welcome! I id as demisexual, but I might be allosexual. You're in good company here. A lot of people don't understand aromanticism and asexuality. Which sucks, but doesn't make either any less real.
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