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    Rony Ariel
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  1. It's not 'chromosomal disorder'. Let's call it 'chromosomal diversity', because calling it 'disorder' is very harmful for intersex people. Being intersex is not a problem, the problem are unnecessary medical interventions when a person was born with atypical genitalia.
  2. For me it's aesthetic attraction. As second I would place sensual and as third – platonic. I have no sexual attraction and I don't know if I experience other types of attraction. In some cases aesthetic and sensual attraction are mixed up or I don't know if the attraction I'm experiencing is sensual or aesthetic.
  3. I was dating about 5 times while I was between 13 and 19 years old and it was very exhausting and I think I could understand you. It's the fault of amatonormativy, literally nobody says about other ways to be happy and whatever, and I think it forces part of aros, who don't know they're aro, to be involved in romantic relationships because we simply don't know there are other paths. I'm talking about 'part' because there are aros who always knew they don't feel the romantic attraction and there are also aros who wish to date (and it's valid). I'm happy you've found yourself. Alloaros are
  4. I've abandoned the 'aroace' label because I find it enough to identify myself as aromantic. I find identifying myself as asexual simply useless – lack of sexual attraction doesn't affect in any way on how I'm seeing various things. And lack of romantic attraction – yep, it does. For example, I don't understand how people are delighting theirselves talking about someone's romance, for me it simply doesn't have any point.

    1. Erederyn


      I feel the same way! 

  5. I'm identifying me just as aromantic. I don't feel the need to use labels connected to other orientations. For the first time I identified me as aromantic and asexual while I was 23 years old. Now, when I'm 24 years old, I decided to abandon the label of asexual because I don't feel the need to use it. I feel me better using so aromantic label.
  6. You can tell to her that you want to buy it to stop picking nails and it'll help you. I don't think she'd search for meaning of wearing a ring on middle finger. In December I've bought an Atlantis ring, I'm wearing it frequently and literally no one asked about it.
  7. I think it's a good topic to talk about. When we're talking about orientation, there are mentioned just two: sexual and romantic (and exactly in this order). But when we're talking about attraction, there are also other ways how persons are attracting or not attracting, for example: platonic, alterous. To be honest, I feel like the other types are simply treated like "worst", "not significant", "they don't deserve to be called like that". I'm identifying myself as aroace demi/grayplatonic and graysensual (without being sure who is attractive to me due to my conditional experience of
  8. I like some of romantically-coded activities, but only toward a person who is very close to me. I don’t consider hugs, holding hands or kisses as romantic but if someone would have an intention to place romantic feelings while hugging or kissing me, I wouldn’t like it, I think it’d be uncomfortable to me.
  9. I’m proud of myself. I created a project ’Esmeraldino Queer’. I don’t think I’m the right person to create a torcida organizada of Goiás E.C., so I did the project to promote diversity and support non-heteronormative fans of this football team. It’s better to have a one-person project than nothing.

  10. That’s really great you discoreved your romantic orientation. Congrats! I started to doubt my orientation when I put an aromantic character in story I was writting and when I finished it, I couldn’t stop thinking that I can be aro (and I had a short auto-gatekeeping phase, if I can call it this way). I think it’s interesting to see that there are many, many ways to discover yourself.
  11. Hi! I discovered my aromanticism before asexuality, too.
  12. ’Neutrois’ is created of two French words: one which means ’neutral’ and other for ’three’. It’s literally ’third neutral gender’ and this term was created by H.A. Burnham in 1995.
  13. I’m neutrois. I’m using the term ’nonbinary’ because it’s easier than trying to explain to other person that I’m gender-neutral.
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