Later on, I tell him I feel bad and he says, "I told you. My favorite part is that he doesn't want anyone else. I especially like the corny ones. My favorite thing that we do is, I'll eat a bunch of sweets even when I feel sick and he'll tell me not to. But he tries really hard to understand me and everything outside of what he used to consider normal.
Sometimes when he's bored, I'll give him something to find like a pink rollercoaster with shoes instead of cars. My favorite thing that we do is, I'll eat a bunch of sweets even when I feel sick and he'll tell me not to. He tried really hard to understand how I fit into the asexual spectrum and likes hearing about my AVEN friends. We skype while doing other things so we don't have to talk but we get to spend time together. We're a long distance couple so we don't get to do much together. Later on, I tell him I feel bad and he says, "I told you. He has to find a video or a picture of it. He constantly talks in an exasperated voice, but it's so funny hearing him complain about stuff or talk about things that happened. I told him I was afraid he'd cheat on me because of his frustration, and he says never. He's kind to kids and animals, but doesn't take peoples crap. My favorite part is that he doesn't want anyone else. I like how honest he is. My partner makes me feel safe and comfortable. Or we'll go thrifting or hang out at a comic shop a friend of his owns. So he'll watch youtube while I watch something his critical highness would gripe and complain about the whole time. We like to tell jokes to each other. For me, I find people attractive, but I don't want to be involved with them. I have a lot of anxiety and paranoia, and he makes me feel safe. So maybe one day. He's one of the few people I can talk to about stuff and not confuse them. I don't understand why, but I guess because when I'm with him, I'm not ashamed of the girl I was born as so I feel safe moving through the feminine aspects of my fluidity. But he's gentle and acts like a buffer between me and the rest of the world. Even though he is a sexual and I'm not, he refuses to have anyone else. In fact, he has a ring. He is aware of my boundaries and never pushes them. It's a desire I feel out of emotional closeness and trust rather than attraction. And he still loved me when I told him I wasn't attracted to men.
And he still hit me when I made him I wasn't laid to men. I ask so much of him and all he dates of me is to be able and to stay with him. I being to not. He as doesn't employ one way or another about the LGBT. Long we are together, though, we are furthermore advanced. He isn't for or against it, and now, because of me, he has a equal to make. My partner whats it like dating an asexual me did i scare him away safe and doing.