From the inbox #1091

“Recently my therapist began delving into my romantic and sexual life. I noticed pretty fast that we had different opinions about what I wanted out of a relationship.
I started feeling bad about going to therapy, at the same time I wanted to be open to the treatment.

The place where I go is LGBT-certified so I always felt safe being Ace. But now I started to wonder if I ought to report my therapist for discrimination.

In the end every session was me defending my asexuality and I had finally had it when he said that “Asexuality sounds impossible. Does it even exist”.

Now I’ve reported him to his boss and I had a good discussion with her. They’re gonna make sure I get a new therapist who respects me.

I’m proud that I was brave enough to put my foot down. No one should feel like they’re at an ace conversion camp.”

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