- Mood : Accepted
Always be proud of who you are @midnightsarrow, love and embrace every part of yourself and keep being the awesome and wonderful soul that you are, I would be as honest and open with your boyfriend as you can, be truthful and let him know this is who you are, hopefully he will respond positively and you can move forward still being a part of each others lives, everything will be OK, feel free to inbox me anytime if you want to chat or vent, stay strong, you are never alone (hugs)
I would research some more and apply it to your life and you should tell your boyfriend. You are who you are and you are perfect just as is and it’s important to be open and honest with yourself and those you are close to, especially your boyfriend. Give him time to process it, as to many in our society asexuality can be rather different, or people are not used to being open with their asexuality, so give him time and be there for him if he has any questions but don’t be afraid to be straight up with who you are ,how you feel and what you want. If he cannot accept it, then we are here to help you get through it, but hopefully he will be understanding and things can work out. Anything that happens, we are here for you.
Well, rn he’s probably pissed off at me cuz i was being a sexist bitch ;-;
Jeez i’m bad at this