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By Robert - / Sunday 31 December 2018 09:00 / United States - Anchorage
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By  Alup132  |  18

I kind of relate. My sophomore year some friends thought I was gay because I never dated anyone, despite being like 15. Now I’m a high school senior and they know I’m straight but just haven’t found a girl I liked yet, so maybe they thought something similar?

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By  Alup132  |  18

I kind of relate. My sophomore year some friends thought I was gay because I never dated anyone, despite being like 15. Now I’m a high school senior and they know I’m straight but just haven’t found a girl I liked yet, so maybe they thought something similar?

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  chessu  |  20

Or maybe they just haven't found the right person? I'm nearly 25, arguably, of average looking and wits female and I've also never dated anyone. Doesn't mean I've never been attracted to anyone or that I'm not interested in (having) sex. Just haven't found anyone I like and who likes me back/is available and not that I'm (or the OP is) asexual!

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  evilplatypus  |  36

Notice how I didn’t say that they were? I raised it as a possibility because many aces don’t know that it even exists until long after society has convinced them they’re broken.

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  Alup132  |  18

Like Chessu said, it doesn’t mean I’ve never been attracted to anyone. I am straight since I am attracted to girls but not guys, but rather just haven’t dated anyone.

By  mt21mt  |  15

What an insane assumption to make - "You aren't dating a woman, YOU MUST BE GAYYY!!" But, I'm not dating a man either, so using your logic I must be straight, right?

By  mt21mt  |  15

Personally, I'm not gay, I just haven't met any women from my generation that have anything more to offer in a relationship than a vagina, when she doesn't have a headache. Companionship? I would get a dog, dogs are more loyal anyways. Someone to run into the coffee shop while I keep the truck warm? Nope, they have a drive-through. Someone to read a map while I am driving? My GPS will do that. Someone to look after the house while I am at work? Nope, houses are nearly autonomous now. Someone to raise kids? Nope, kids have to be in school at age three now anyways. With the inevitable rise of robots that will perform sexual tasks better than most women, all you women better step your game up and have something more to offer than just laying there like a dead fish every now and then. I'm not willing to risk half of the stuff I own, just to have a relationship in 2017/2018. Half of all marriages end in divorces anyway, and that doesn't say anything about all the relationships that end before marriage. Lmao, queue the downvotes.

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  mwebb1  |  13

That’s quite a sad perspective. I get that there are many “users” out there and you should not be in a relationship that is not equal or value adding to both parties, but I am getting the impression it is more than that. I was single 17 years because there was no one I met that was worth the commitment, but I didn’t stop looking. I then found my soul mate, and I couldn’t before comprehend how perfect a relationship can be if it’s with the right person. Don’t give up, and there is nothing wrong with having standards and expectations

By  OCD_NME  |  16

To all you guys who commented here:
I am going to teach you the art of courting a women. It's really easy if you understand 2 things. 1st, it is up to you to make all the first moves. 2nd, be yourself. Follow these rules and you will find a girl that loves you for you.

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  bpickett18  |  13

Rule number 1 is bull shit. Girls should be able to make the first move too. Why does it have to be the guy? If a girl likes a guy but isn't allowed to make the first move, then she might miss out because the guy has no clue.

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  OCD_NME  |  16

Bpickett18-rule one is the most important. I was not teaching women how to pick up guys and didn't say that women couldn't make the first move. But if a homie likes a girl, he should make the first move. I also noticed that you are single.....how's bashing the rules workin for ya?

By  BrotherPhil  |  32

Reminds me of one that happened at work once we were sitting chatting, and the sales manager commented that he had thought I was gay - not as an insult, just as an observation; one of the network guys started wetting himself laughing, and then suddenly went silent when I asked him who the sales guy had thought my boyfriend was.

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