But if I was dating someone asexual, i'd want them to just let me do my thing once in awhile... Acting as if you're entitled to "do your thing every now and then" sounds a lot worse when one imagines a gay guy saying the same about a straight guy, which I assume most people in this thread would recognize as being a very bad thing. I'm still not exactly in the camp where I feel that no sexual attraction is a sexual orientation, but I do find it plausible.
But many of them simply don't have a sex drive, but do enjoy the physical act should it come about, in the same way that there are gay men who wouldn't say no to a threesome even with a woman involved.
She's been in two relationships since I've known her, and what I can only assume is that this is what likely ended both of them.
I really like Amy - we are very alike, she is incredibly charming and mischievous - but I know that at least some of my attraction is physical.
Should I really care what some emotionally ******** emo kid, Johnny the Homocidal Maniac wannabe thinks about any issue related to morality or life in general? We broke up mainly because my ex 'couldn't see a future for us' (she didn't want kids, didn't want to ever get married, that kind of thing) and since I left uni before my final year we didn't have the 'security' of another year before we'd run into these issues.
We've been friends about as long as I've known my ex - about two and a half years - and while I've always found her attractive I've realised recently that I'm quite interested in a relationship with her now that I'm single.