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uaorthodox.info › hashtag › akiosexual. The reason akiosexual is a thing (also lithsexual - which is a term I continue to use because I seem to never remember akiosexual bad Kiowa I. So it took me forever to figure out my sexuality, but I did. Akiosexual. Akiosexual - To have sexual/romantic attraction for someone but not.

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Anonymous asked: Any advice akiosexual an ace who finds terms like akiosesual and similar sexualities uncomfortable? I don't have a problem akuosexual people identifying as such, but I don't see sexualities such as akoisexual as being a part of asexuality.

To me, asexuality is asexuality, grey-ace, and demisexual, with everything else falling under one of those terms. I don't want to judge people, which is why I'm asking this akiossexual, but I just don't see why there's all these new terms akisoexual it fits into gray ace.

The reason akiosexual is a thing also lithsexual - which is a term I continue to use because I seem to never remember akiosexual bad Kiowa I will work on that is because, like gray-asexuals and akiosexual, akiosexuals are functionally asexual, despite feeling some sexual attraction. Reminder for qkiosexual confused- akiosexual is where one feels sexual attraction, but does not want it reciprocated, or may stop feeling sexual attraction if it is reciprocated.

Gray-aces feel sexual attraction infrequently or under unusual or specific circumstances - they are otherwise akiosexual asexual. Demisexuals feel sexual attraction only to folks they have a strong bond with - they are otherwise functionally asexual. Everyone is welcome here, if they feel they want to be here.

We want to explore and figure it out. Words will evolve as we use them and make them up and drive them around a bit. This community needs to be welcoming and open, not full of all this identity policing. Honestly, this space should be welcoming of asexuals, aromantics, demisexuals, demiromantics, gray-asexuals, gray-romantics, wtfsexuals, wtfromantics, akiosexuals, akioromantics, sex repulsed folks of any sexual orientation, and romance repulsed folks of any romantic orientation - why?

In particular, heterosexual or heteroromantic folks who identify with another of the terms I just listed really have no place to go, because heterosexual spaces are so hostile to things like sex and romance repulsion. Homosexual spaces are also frequently hostile to the same things. Despite being queer spaces and therefore more akiosexual, these spaces are also still under heavy influence of akiosexual sexuality and a,iosexual, which are detrimental for people whose sexuality akiosexual romantic orientation are not to the same group, or who have some element akiosexul repulsion akiosexuak things.

Okay, that got long and full of terms, but tl;dr: suck it up, this akiosexual a welcoming space for akiosexuall. Tags: asexual aromantic akiosexual akioromantic terminology community kiowa's soapbox Anonymous. Need some advice? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions first! If your question isn't akiosexual, ask it here. Please note - the inbox is currently closed at this time. Common Topics and Tags Who's Who?

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The reason akiosexual is a thing also lithsexual - which is a term I continue to use because I seem to never remember akiosexual bad Kiowa I will work on that is because, like gray-asexuals and demisexuals, akiosexuals are functionally asexual, despite feeling some sexual attraction. Reminder for those confused- akiosexual is where one feels sexual attraction, but does not want it reciprocated, or may stop feeling sexual attraction if it is reciprocated.

Gray-aces feel sexual attraction infrequently or under unusual or specific circumstances - they are otherwise functionally asexual. Demisexuals feel sexual attraction only to folks they have a strong bond with - they are otherwise functionally asexual. Everyone is welcome here, if they feel they want to be here. We want to explore and figure it out. Words will evolve as we use them and make them up and drive them around a bit. This community needs to be welcoming and open, not full of all this identity policing.

Honestly, this space should be welcoming of asexuals, aromantics, demisexuals, demiromantics, gray-asexuals, gray-romantics, wtfsexuals, wtfromantics, akiosexuals, akioromantics, sex repulsed folks of any sexual orientation, and romance repulsed folks of any romantic orientation - why? In particular, heterosexual or heteroromantic folks who identify with another of the terms I just listed really have no place to go, because heterosexual spaces are so hostile to things like sex and romance repulsion.

Homosexual spaces are also frequently hostile to the same things. Despite being queer spaces and therefore more accepting, these spaces are also still under heavy influence of compulsory sexuality and amatonormativity, which are detrimental for people whose sexuality and romantic orientation are not to the same group, or who have some element of repulsion clouding things.

Okay, that got long and full of terms, but tl;dr: suck it up, this is a welcoming space for everyone. Tags: asexual aromantic akiosexual akioromantic terminology community kiowa's soapbox Anonymous. Labels can be fun, if we pick weird ones we usually don't expect people to know what they are, my romantic label is one of those. Does it matter if others know what it is when they look at it?

Not really, because it doesn't involve them. Do I mind if people ask? Not at all. Even if you were to prefer the sound of akoi, it has prefix problems; no one knows where the prefix comes from and the theories on it don't support it as an accurate prefix.

Because it's not just about them. People visit AVEN, see the nonsense about types of labels let alone coming up with a flag for each one and conclude you're a bunch of solipsistic special snowflakes who just want a nice club to join. And this doesn't help asexuality get taken seriously, which militates against education, which means there'll be more miserable, confused asexuals, in agonising relationships.

And just what would someone coming on to AVEN hoping to better understand asexuality make of all that? I think they'd leave, shaking their head. You mean having 3 terms or in this case 4 due to a misspelling to describe once term? Yah, i never said that was good. Lith got alternative terms because some gay women supposedly took offense to it so they came up with Akoi, which had problems so Apo was coined.

I debate with myself about this a lot. It really does seem silly to have so many different orientations, especially with flags for each of them. And often, I think people do take this too far - 'special snowflake' syndrome, as you said. People are too quick to want to separate themselves into categories, and show that they're different from everyone else. In reading posts by people who identify under one of these sub-categories of sexuality, I've seen how it can be helpful to identify as one of them.

Demisexual, for instance. So why not just call themselves sexual, and ditch the specific label? Well, some demi's have just as much trouble with their romantic relationships as aces do. It can be hard to be in a situation where you don't develop sexual feelings for someone until you've been close to them for a long time, both for you and for your significant other. So I think in that case, a label is helpful. Wow, jeez, tough crowd.

I'm not trying to be a special little snowflake. I just noticed there was no flag. And I didn't know it was a misspelled, so how am I supposed to know there was already a flag? Sorry for trying to have a little fun. And the whole point of making a flag is to feel included, not set apart. I am a type of asexual, and it's nice having other people like me. It's nice to know that I'm not the only one. If trying to contribute something to it makes me a "special little snowflake" then so be it.

But this isn't about asexuality. And if aven was all facts and no fun Why do we have all those silly forums that are not connected with asexuality? I can admit that I really hate the cake thing, even if it is a joke.

It is something that gets connected to all asexuals due to how people keep repeating it. I think that is worse than people making up labels that has nothing to do with asexuality, because why would labels that has nothing to do with asexuality hurt asexuality? Rin-likes-rain, a quick google search of lith seemed to give me other suggestions of flags, nothing official, but why would there be.