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InvertedRainbow
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Hey, we're a plural system consisting of 2 members (not did), and we're both pretty sure that we're some form of aro/gray-ace. We were aro for the first 20 years of our life, so it feels pretty familiar. It's just confusing because before we realized that we might be aro, we were hyperromantic (since plurality is a form of neurodivergence, and being hyperromantic is linked to being neurodiverse). For now identifying as aro makes sense to us, it just feels right. So yeah, that's our story. ^ ^

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May I just say that this

13 hours ago, InvertedRainbow said:

For now identifying as aro makes sense to us, it just feels right.

is the best way I have seen anyone frame their orientation. I have started to worry about people using definite statements to acknowledge their orientation, when orientation can be a fluid thing. So, welcome and thank you!

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  • 3 months later...

You don't have to answer this question if you think it's too personal, but how do orientations... work?... for people who are plural?  Do they have to be a matching set, so to speak?

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