Storm_leopardcat Posted November 10, 2022 Share Posted November 10, 2022 I would like to know what it is like to be aromantic and allosexual. For some reason, I seem to be able to tell what it's like to be alloromantic asexual, much more easily than what it is like to be aromantic and allosexual? Maybe because a only a romantic relationship between two people, without a sexual relationship being present, or sexual attraction present (and maybe romance in a relationship without sex), is more heard of, than vice versa? Like maybe it's because people find a romantic relationship without the sex or without a sexual relationship to be less dirty, or more wholesome? Do people consider sexual relationships without romantic attraction/romance, or a romantic relationship, to be creepy, or more dirty, or something? I can sort of tell what it's like to be asexual and allosexual, but not so much when it comes to being aromantic and allosexual. Maybe it's my own experiences with attractions?? I can sort of tell what a romantic relationship between two allo-asexual people would look like, without the sexual attraction, or sex, or a sexual relationship being present, but a sexual relationship between allo-aromantic people. Is it maybe because sexual relationships without romance, romantic attraction, or romantic relationships are seen as or depicted as being one-night stands, or without commitment? Basically one-time occurrences? It's like romantic relationships with sex/sexual relationships can be a thing, and are fine, but not vice versa?? IDK, I can't see what that would be like in theory, let alone practically? So, I am basically asking for experiences of what it is like to be aromantic and asexual, and maybe also what it is like to be in a relationship without romance/romantic relationship (if you have been in one). Sorry if I offended anyone, please tell me if I used a phrase, or said something that was rude/insensitive/wrong. (Oh, for reference, I lack romantic attraction, as well as sexual attraction). 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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