Category: mod sarah

https://www.redbubble.com/people/phoenixtcm 

I’m definitely going to buy one! I love the design:)

-Sarah

It sounds like you’re talking about aesthetic attraction, which is generally defined as the appreciation of someone’s appearance. It’s very much different from sexual attraction!

Yep! the only “requirement” for identifying as aro is to, well, identify as aro. It doesn’t matter what you enjoy, because action is separate from attraction

-Sarah

I’m so happy for you!! 

-Sarah

@theqppofqpps is a great place to start! 

-Sarah

It sounds like you could be ace, or just have a low sex drive. Either way, you are very much welcome to identify as ace if you feel it’s a good fit for you!

-Sarah

Isn’t it strange how aspec people manage to find each other before knowing the other is aspec? It’s like we’ve all got this superpower, and it’s super awesome. I’m so happy your coming out went well! Keep on being awesome:)

-Sarah

(Here’s the video for anyone who wants to see it) I think it was very honest. I really liked how she kept stressing that it’s all up to personal experience and didn’t make it seem like you have to be a certain way (robotic, for example) to identify as aro/ace. Although, she does mention that she wouldn’t date anyone because she is aroace, and while that’s totally valid, it does imply that no aromantic asexual person would ever date anyone which isn’t true at all. She also doesn’t mention that aromanticism and asexuality are on a spectrum and says that if you experience any romantic or sexual attraction at all, you are not aro or ace. This is misinformation that I’m sure she didn’t know she was giving, but it still can be considered harmful to the community. I think everything else is very well presented, I just wish she’d mention that asexuality and aromanticism are two different identities and not every aromantic person is asexual and not every asexual person is aromantic. 

-Sarah 

This is awesome!! Big shout out to @tales-from-aroland! Thank you so much for doing this, I’m very excited to see what comes from this! 

-Sarah

An ace ring is a black ring usually worn on the right middle finger of a person on the asexual spectrum. It’s a subtle way to show pride, and it helps ace people find each other. An aro ring serves the same purpose, except it’s white and usually worn on the left middle finger rather than the right

-Sarah