Author Archives: amyb

House

Yesterday I watched a rerun of House since nothing else was on. I only caught the end of the episode, but a subplot involved a supposedly “asexual” couple. Wilson thought they seemed happy, but House was convinced something was wrong. … Continue reading

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Gyno visits, etc

Since starrynight mentioned this, it’s another thing that weirds me out on aven. People who are horrified of anyone looking at their parts. I no longer feel like a hypocrite saying this, because I have a pap smear scheduled in … Continue reading

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I don’t want to look at that!

When the issue of public nudity comes up on internet forums, someone always chimes in with “What if people are old/fat/ugly? Why do they think that’s attractive?” This seems to show that people think nudity must always be attractive, and … Continue reading

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Watching TV clips

I’ve been watching some of the stuff on youtube, clips from interviews with David Jay and so on, and it’s so depressing. Even on The View, the first thing he says is the definition on AVEN, and immediately they all … Continue reading

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Why do they care?

One thing I hate is being treated as mentally defective. I always got good grades and was considered the “smart one” in my family, so this wasn’t usually a big problem. At least, not unless someone is talking about sexuality. … Continue reading

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Bullying and asexuality

It occurs to me that a lot of the self esteem issues I had as a kid/teen were related to sexuality. As a teen, my friends were a bit nutty and hormonal, and they’d get mad for stupid reasons and … Continue reading

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Coming to terms with my entire life history

Well, my 30th birthday is on the horizon and I’ve realized some things. Health problems aside, I am ok. I am happy (except for health problems). I think exploring my sexuality (or more appropriately, lack of sexual attraction for others) … Continue reading

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