From the inbox #913

“A little inspiration for my fellow asexuals:
I am asexual, and my girlfriend is not. She is pansexual. Yes, yes, I know. A dragon dating a unicorn? What will my parents think!? But it’s fine. Anyway, we have had sex before, before I ever dated her and before my self discovery of being asexual. I think that’s actually when she fell in love with me. But we aren’t having sex. I’ve been celibate since 2013. I masturbate, but solely for the scientifically proven benefits. She has the green light to find a solely sexual partner, but doesn’t.

Explicit warning, in case anyone is uncomfortable with: mentions of masturbation.

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Today, my girlfriend and I wished each other luck on obtaining our orgasms seperate from each other in different rooms. Tonight, we will smoke some weed and watch cartoons from our childhoods while cuddling on the couch. We don’t need sex to be intimate, and our relationship is strong without any sexual connection.
Anyone can have love. Whether you find it in an asexual partner or not, whether it’s romantic or platonic, whether they like french fries or not (she never eats them when I make them. I know, she’s a monster, but I love her.)”

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