Asexuality Part 9, Michelle's Method, Dealing with Men 101

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Part #9 of my series on men, dating, and relationships.

Asexuality: Michelle’s Method #6: Dealing with Men 101

 

Asexuality is one of the main four natural sexual orientations: bisexual, homosexual, heterosexual, and asexual. I consider pansexual to be bisexual and transgenderism to be a mental disorder. Transgenderism will not be recognized, particularly when it is not desirable to most people (98 percent of gay and straight people) in dating, sex, and relationships. 

 

Asexual people desire love, dating, and companionship. Some asexuals wish to have a family and others don’t. Their desire for sensuality and kindness precede any sexual desire. There is nothing inherently wrong with asexuality, but asexuals are incompatible with another person who is not asexual. 

 

A lack of sexual desire is a major cause for relationship conflict, failure, and in the case of marriage, separation and divorce. People who desire full sex lives deserve nothing less, and asexuals cannot provide sex lives for them. Asexuals will be much happier with asexuals. It is not fair to deny another person a sex life if it is desired, so it is better to let them go their way and date suitable people.

 

An asexual relationship can be based upon mutual interests, sensuality, communication, affection, and common interests. The sexual pressure of pleasing someone is taken off the table and placed on ice. It can be easier to ease into this type of relationship but harder to leave. Why? The emotional attachment that asexual people feel towards each other can be stronger than sexual attachment. At the same time, many people confuse sexual reaction or attractive with love or emotional intimacy. Sex can be a deep act or a purely hormonal, physical one. Many people have trouble figuring it out. This issue is clearly not a problem for asexual people.

 

Asexual people are not designed to appreciate sex. Unwanted sex is a violation of their rights and pressuring them to have sex is wrong. If a person is asexual or not that interested in sex for whatever reason, it is better to settle on friendship or simply move on to another person without hindering their development in life. 

 

If you are dating an asexual person and are a sexual person, let them go. This action will help to avoid unnecessary struggles and demands in life later on. Asexual people are not compatible in relationships with people of other sexual orientations, largely because they do not desire sex. This cannot be changed as it is their natural state. Asexual people will be much happier on their own, dating without sex, or in a relationship with someone who feels the same.

 


Submitted: November 23, 2020

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