With a dash of cinnamon Posted December 17, 2020 Share Posted December 17, 2020 Hello, this is my first post here so I apologize if there’s anything strange. Getting straight to the point, I was once watching a movie with some people I knew. One person was going on about how much she loved one of the characters (romantically) and I was just kind of ignoring it like I always do with these kinds of things. However, she later mentioned that she had a friend that looked exactly like the woman she had been going on about earlier but that her friend was straight. That was when someone else responded with word for word “She doesn’t realize what nature made her lose.” I don’t know what it was, but in that moment I felt completely singled out by that comment. I think it was just the fact that not having attraction was viewed as something lost. I try not to let things like this affect me but my mind in the moment started going to the “How would they view me? Would I just be something to be pitied because nature made me ‘lose’ what’s so important to them?” I hate that people think like this so so much. I don’t want to be someone viewed as less so just because of the way I am. Even if it wasn’t aimed at me it really hit me hard. This mindset I’ve seen in a lot of people, and all it really does is make me feel like an outsider to everyone else and their lives. Does anyone else have similar experiences to this, or is it just me? 1 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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