( sorry for the crappy MS Paint, guys, i made this at like 1 am.)
I dunno, i feel like fictionsexuality is viewed as a silly or dumb thing and i wish people wouldn’t do that. it’s taken me a long time of thought and consideration to figure out what i am, and being immediately shot down when i try to raise any awareness on the matter feels…. well, shitty. i do understand the common association, but come on guys, is me adding the word to a post here or there (or hell just adding comments in the tags) really so bad? Please do take the time to read this, it would really mean a lot to me.
If only this shit was a fucking joke
I swear I lose more faith in this site with each day that passes.
and how exactly does this affect any of you fuckers up there?^ it’s not like she’s going to force her sexuality on you, whether you count it as a “real” sexuality or not. it’s not like she’s hurting anyone. it’s not like she was even RUDE when trying to explain all this. why the fuck are you complaining except to say, “pffffffthaaaaaa ur sexuality is made up” like why DO YOU CARE
because all niggas think they know better than other niggas
This is what happens when a tumblrtard discovers waifus husbandos and the attraction to 2 dimensional peoples. This is such fucking bullshit I don’t know where to begin.
"Fictionsexual" is not a sexuality. It’s wanting a relationship with none of the hassle of actually dealing with people by choosing to be attracted to something that’s literally unattainable so one can avoid being hurt and spurned in a real relationship. This is really unhealthy. Without personal, intimate relationships one could become both socially and romantically disabled.
Also looking at OP’s blog we can safely assume that they’ve just got an uninteresting variation of 8th grader syndrome just like 99% of this fucking website.
I kind-of have to agree with the last above post. It sounds more like an unhealthy attempt at avoiding real relationships by fantasizing you have a perfect one with fictional characters that don’t even exist and therein avoiding the work and commitment of real relationships, rather than learning how to deal with people(being a misanthropist myself among other similar things, believe me, I’m no stranger to difficulties dealing with people!)
Pretty sure a “sexuality” is dependant upon something you have a realistic chance of having sex with. That’s why it’s SEXuality. And romance also requires two real people who can return affection and share responsibilities, etc. to be a real romance. “Love” is not a feeling, it’s co-existing actions of two interacting people for the betterment of both their lives through both good and bad times, including supporting each other emotionally, financially, et cetera.
You can try to compare it to Ace(can’t say it’ll be recieved very well), but the difference between asexuality and this so-called “Fictionsexuality” is that asexuality deals in reality with real people and real relationships, whereas trying to maintain you have some sort of sexual or romantic relationship with a character that doesn’t exist is simply unhealthy.
Not trying to be mean here when I say that, I’m usually the epitome of tolerance being that my own orientation(Ace) isn’t exactly the most widely accepted of the sexualities either, but I think my honest opinion is the best I can offer here.
But I will be completely blunt, a lot of the SJW crap is getting old and I haven’t even been on Tumblr that long yet