“Good day, we are psychology students who proposed about asexuality as our thesis topic. Do you happen to know groups of asexuals here in the Philippines? It would be such a great help. Thank you!”
“Good Morning all. I am hoping to find an old fashion penpal to exchange letters with. I am big into history and would love a sort of Victorian style courtly love style romantic letter exchange. Being asexual makes that hard to find so I was hoping to find someone here. I am panromantic so don’t worry about that bit. I am open to anyone who is interested. My interests include history, fantasy, Tolkien, art, and crafting. If you would like please contact the inbox and let the admin know and they will get us in touch. Thank you all for listening.”
I am feeling very happy to share with all of you that our Application (ACE App for Android phone ) for Asexual people will be launch within next month June 2017.
1. It is not only a Dating Application you can find friends, do chatting, find partner as well.
2. In this application you have option to select your type of Asexuality.
3. We understand your privacy so don’t worry noone can see personal information without your permission.
4. You can select your hobbies and can write about yourself on your profile.
5. Most important thing is this application has designed only for Asexuals so there will be no sex seekers if you find any you can report that account.
So what are you waiting for
Like our page for any queries, news and more information about ACE app and Don’t forget to invite your Asexual friends .
Here is the link ”
“Hey im just looking to meet some ace people im transgender from gloucester dont hate sex but dont really like it im just trying to meet some people from around or close to gloucester if anyone is willing to be friends would be greatful if ud post it without my name and i will send request to people that comment saying they wouldnt mind being friends”
” I just need to see if I’m alone in this situation or not. I just need some other point of view really. I’m a 19 year old girl and I have called myself asexual for over 4 years, and have come to terms with the fact that I do not want to have sex with my significant other. However, it’s the very notion of having a significant other that bothers me. Am I the only one that thinks that being asexual is putting a lot of weight on my shoulders? Is being the kind of asexual that I am kind of restricting me to only be in relationships with other asexuals? The asexual community represents about 1% of the population. Let’s say that half of them are men (I’m heteroromantic), so that brings the amount of people I could be with down to 0.5%. Now let’s say that I won’t be able to be with 2/3 of them due to extreme age and/or language differences. And now let’s say that I won’t be able to meet even half of them in my life time, and that some of those that I meet are simply incompatible with me because of our different personnalities. After seeing things that way, am I the only one that feels like I’m going to be alone for the rest of my life? Seeing as I am asexual and not interested in having sex, do you think that I’d have a chance to find a heterosexual understanding enough of this situation Because honestly, the more I think about it, the more I feel hopeless…”
“This may seem such an odd thing to talk about. I’m a homo-romantic indifferent ace. I often find I feel disconnected from other aces. I mean, I know there are more out there who have similar expressions. But every time I come across other aces, they are almost always aro ace and sex repulsed. I only really concluded my asexuality a few months ago. Do others find it similarly difficult to find people with their shared experiences? Perhaps having that longing to sit down with another ace and say “I don’t find I have a sexual attraction to people, but I’m also perfectly fine with a sexual relationship” and hearing the response “I know exactly what you mean”? Or to find the aces who don’t have an aro romantic attraction? I guess what I mean to ask is, do others find being a romantic ace who is indifferent to sex means being lonely and alone a lot?”
“I found out I was asexual 2years ago. I have never been any relationship and I am really happy that way. But sometimes I do think about having someone who can understand me as I am. The one person who’s just like me and understands me but that’s almost impossible. I am almost asking for an unrealistic reality that will never happen lol Anyway have any of you guys found your ideal relationship?”
“I like this guy and we ended up having sex few times. Everytime we’re having sex, I want it to get over because I barely feel high, and I’m asexual as hell.
I like touching his face when he’s asleep, wishing he would not treat me like a stranger in public places and be affectionate towards me when I’m around him. He had said no when I asked him if we were the boyfriend-girlfriend thing. Thank goodness, he said no because I hate being in a relationship. It’s more like, I like being alone.
This guy says we wouldn’t be going out for a couple of months due to religious reasons. Being an asexual, I get one point. And bring an atheist asexual, I get one more point that I plan outings with my friends and family for the upcoming two months.
Yesterday, he messages me saying his religious plans are cancelled and that he wants to go out.
I’m here like, hell no. I don’t ever want sex with you, but cuddling and hugging. I want to go to movies with you like I go with my friends, not hiding from our mutual friends. I don’t want a romantic relationship with you but a decent friendship where I can take you out for a snack not afraid that our mutual friends would spot us together.
But I didn’t tell him any of the above. I just told I’m busy with Family and friends just because he had told me weeks ago he’d be a no show for a couple of months.
It’s hard being an asexual, and to have an asshole of a guy for whom you feel love/affection, I don’t know what I call it.
I wish I could find someone asexual, but I’ve never met any in real life.”
“Apparently my little brother told my mom he was asexual. She thought that was made up, and someone told her that just means he’s gay. I used your page to explain it to her, and now she thinks she may be asexual too.”
“Hi- I’m really trying to connect with young Asexual bi romatics like me, there’s none in my area that I know and I would really appreciate it if you could help me connect to people. I just started to tell people about this and Its hard because I have no one to relate to.”