June 26, 2019 / By Lorina
Question: im 13 always loved to be with girls and i always wanted relationships with them, but when i hit puberty i had a time to discover my sexuality which im still going through i thought i was gay and bi at once but i noticed i dont like male's in any romantic or sexual way, so i thought i was straight but then i came across asexualiy, and it a littlebit fits me but not 100% i do fall for girls all the time, and heres why i think im straight i erected over my girlfriend once, when i was real close to her and i did have an emotional connection with her at the time, so that helped me think im straight the reason i think im demi-sexual is b/c. someday's im in the mood for sex with girls and some day's im just never ever in the mood,idk why but it happens, and i always wanted a girlfriend (a girl which i currently have) and like i have a very strong emotional connection with her, and also i compared my straight subject with demisexuality and like i only erected over my girlfriend, *my ex* because i think we had a deep emotional connection but i only known her for a year,i dont erect thinking of sex WITH ANY girl only certain girls that i know atleast some, but i always wanted an emotional connection before a sexual but i also have fetishes such as, boob's, and nice butt's, so im confused about this am i straight or demi sexual or asexual b/c. i dont really care about sex. AND I KNOW THIS IS THE WRONG CATEGORY BUT NOBODY IN THE LGBT. WOULD ANSWER ME.
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Katharyn Katharyn | 5 days ago
According to my very brief research, you may be demisexual. I say this because asexuals do not experience sexual arousal and you told us you have. The next question would be have you ever experienced sexual arousal for a man. You are only 13 and have your whole life to figure this out so don't stress. Seek professional attention. If it bothered you enough to look for answers here it's something you should look into. Good luck! Demisexual A demisexual is a person who does not experience sexual attraction until they form a strong emotional connection with someone, often (but not always) in a romantic relationship. The term demisexual comes from the orientation being "halfway between" sexual and asexual. Nevertheless, this term does not mean that demisexuals have an incomplete or half-sexuality, nor does it mean that sexual attraction without emotional connection is required for a complete sexuality. In general, demisexuals are not sexually attracted to anyone of any gender; however, when a demisexual is emotionally connected to (usually in love with but sometimes feel strongly as friends) someone else, the demisexual experiences sexual attraction and desire, but only towards the specific partner or partners. When describing demisexuality as an orientation to sexuals, sexuals often mistake it as an admirable choice rather than an innate orientation. Demisexuals are not choosing to abstain; they simply lack sexual attraction until a close relationship is formed. According to one hypothetical model, a person who identifies as a demisexual does not experience primary sexual attraction but does experience secondary sexual attraction. In this model, primary sexual attraction is based on outward qualities such as a person's looks, clothes, or personality while secondary sexual attraction is attraction stemming from a connection, usually romantic, or from status or how closely the person is in relationship to the other. Though factors such as looks and personality do not affect primary sexual attraction for demisexuals (since demisexuals do not experience primary sexual attraction), such factors may affect romantic attraction, as with any other orientation. "Demisexual" is also sometimes used as a synonym for some other kind of person falling under the gray-A umbrella. Demisexuality differs from gray-asexuality in that demisexuality is a specific sexual orientation in between "sexual" and "asexual", whereas "gray-A" is a highly unspecific catch-all used for anything between sexual and asexual that does not fit. Demisexuality may make forming romantic or sexual relationships more difficult for some people. Demisexuals often make first impressions with sexuals of being "just friends", which may make the sexual value the relationship less. Demisexuals often have rocky relationships with asexuals because the demisexual's feelings may become more sexualized with time, which the asexual may find inappropriate or unexpected. In either case, having a better understanding of one's own orientation and how it differs from one's partner's orientation may help facilitate communication to clear up misunderstandings. ASEXUAL: A PERSON WHO DOES NOT EXPERIENCE SEXUAL ATTRACTION.
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Katharyn Originally Answered: What attracts you in a person? Physical and Phycological.?
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Helena Helena
The reason why you are feeling this is because you actually respect women. You would rather have an emotional bond with a girl, instead of the ****-and-go attitude most young men would have. I don't think there is such a word as demi sexual. Being gay is having romantic/sexual feelings only toward the same sex. Being bi is having both feelings for both genders. So, you're straight hun:) You have a good head on your shoulders, and some maturity for your age. Don't rush into anything sexual at this age. I know some people who did, and they regret it now.
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Dulcibella Dulcibella
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