I want to follow more asexual bloggers.
I, TOO, AM AN ASEXUAL BLOGGER. AND I CANNOT STOP TYPING IN CAPS TODAY!
:) Hi. I talk about derpy things and am also asexy.
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You’re all really funny/thoughtful/intelligent/ridiculouslygoodlooking
By SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T LIKE FACT-CHECKING
PUBLISHED: 17:43 EST, 8 September 2012
Caption: Asexuals enjoy baking, but they don’t believe in heart-shaped cookies, and thus smash them in hate-filled rage.
Roughly 1% of the world’s population is ‘asexual,’ according to experts. This means that 70 million people feel no sexual attraction to other human beings, which basically means they hate everybody.
“I don’t hate everybody,” says some asexual somewhere (age 23). ”I actually like a lot of people. I’m just not sexually attracted to them.”
As the above quote demonstrates, asexuals suffer from a dearth of human emotions. Asexuals don’t feel the need to form bonds with other people, and enjoy living alone in cardboard boxes in the woods. A large percentage of them (74.3%, according to a study conducted in the UK) enjoy playing sad songs on slightly out-of-tune ukuleles.
“Asexuality is caused by alien waves from space,” says Anthony Bogaert, who is in Canada and also a professor. At least, he probably said something like that; the Daily Mail included that quote and we couldn’t be bothered to fact-check.
Experts say that ‘asexuals’ are only now ‘coming out’ so they can recruit young, untainted minds to their cause. Their ultimate goal is to give everyone diabetes from non-heart-shaped cookies, so that people stop having sex.
“There are a lot of misconceptions about asexuality in the media,” says illegally hot David Jay, the founder of AVEN, who is so attractive it makes us sad that he is asexual. He said other stuff too, but we were too busy ogling him to pay attention.
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sterlings-secret asked: I can't tell you how hard your blog makes me laugh. Oh my gosh. Thank you so much for brightening my day.
No, thank YOU! Making someone laugh is number one on my list of awesome things to accomplish so really, you just made my day! :3
you-sassed-me-up-deactivated201 asked: Oh dear, your blog keeps making me gigglesnort. Thanks for running such a perfect blog!
YOOOOU HAVE A MARVELOUS MISADVENTURES OF FLAPJACK AVATAR.
Thanks for the gigglesnorts; that’s what we’re here for. STAY AWESOME!
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crazyisoptional asked: I've been feeling kinda insecure about my sexuality (aromantic ace) for a few months now - this blog cheered me right up. Thanks for the smiles ;) (Also CAKE!)
Four cakes for you!
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confessionsofabeautifulmind asked: Just saw your last post, and as a grey-ace panromantic, I felt it appropriate to give hugs, cakes and pies out, as people so fancy, to everyone in this community. Lots of love from here! xD
WE SHALL FORM AN ORDERLY LINE, plenty of hugs, cakes and pies to go around!
It’s not necessary to hang on the coattails of LGBT organisations. Of course, liasons with organisations like the Trevor project are immensely useful and important - but our dream shouldn’t always be to try to be LGBTA, that’s not the only option out there for us.
I was at London pride, and due to certain events, I haven’t really been able to appreciate the experience until now. I met David Jay, I handed out flyers, I handed out condoms (they went like candy), we walked with signs, I had my picture taken by a lady from France because I had the sign that was written in French, and I apologised profusely for being only mediocre at the language …
But when I was handing out flyers, leaflets that explain who we are and what we are (it wasn’t perfect, but it was pretty good), y’know what I heard? Whispers of “asexual?” and “asexuality?” trailed behind our group, people were reading those flyers, and it was magical, having our orientation on the tongues of so many people.
I had people thank me for giving them flyers, because they’d just read the article in the newspaper about Michael the day before, and they wanted to know more, they were really curious.
I met some great aces as well, Melanie and Sassy and Michael and Ithaca and Nigel and so. many. people.
You don’t have to feel like you’re alone, because you’re not. And you don’t have to think we’ll always be invisible - we’re growing, we’re getting known, and it’s beautiful. Bad things happen, like that House episode, and we get a lot of haters in the tumblr tags, but. Really.
We won’t be invisible forever.
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visiblyqueer asked: Hi! I was wondering if you could help us out. We're trying to start an online pride merchandise store on cafepress. The goal is to create pride merchandise that represents absolutely every facet of the queer community, rather than just lgbt. If you could repost this and try to send some followers our way that would be wonderful. Much love, VisiblyQueer.
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whereischarlesleee asked: I have the biggest craving ever for cake...but I can't get any T,T But seriously, how long have you identified yourself as asexual?
Uhg, I know what you mean. Some times I just browse the cake tag and try to imagine what all the cakes would smell like if my screen was scratch and sniff.
I have been identifying myself as asexual since I found the term, which was approximately 4 years ago. I have always felt the way I feel and wish I could have discovered the community sooner. Having the vocabulary to describe my experiences along with the stories of others like me is incredibly valuable. <3
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