- Category: Asexual Passions
- Published on Monday, 29 August 2011 14:44
- Written by CF_Asexual
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So someone writes into DrDarcy, asking about the relationship with her girlfriend, who is Asexual. And trying to make it work. The advice the Dr gives is as follows: "Your girlfriend is doing you a favor. The criterion that separates an intimate relationship from all others is the exchange of bodily fluids".
Okay, so then, if the only criteria that separates an intimate relationship from all other relationships is the exchange of bodily fluids, then does that mean a relationship between a human and a vampire is more 'intimate', than a relationship between two human Asexuals?
She then goes to state: "Whether she's truly Asexual or not, ruling out medical issues, the fact that you would so readily accept a relationship that doesn't meet your needs is an indication that you got some serious baggage".
Ignoring the medical issues bit, she makes it sound like the needs of a sexual person in an Asexual/sexual relationship come first/are more important than the Asexual person's needs. But, she probably is right about the writer having serious baggage. After all, it's not like this author knows anything about human relationships, as the only 'intimate' relationship she has is with editing.