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  • discussion page Talk:Lithromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user 2 days ago
    Comment: You know I don't want to discount your personal experiences, but in the past I have really hit it off with people who I thought maybe I had the...
  • edit Gray-romantic
    edited by A FANDOM user 2 days ago diff
    Summary: idk
  • discussion page Talk:Lithromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user 3 days ago
    Comment: lol me too :(
  • discussion page Talk:Gray-romantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user 6 days ago
    Comment: (To the July 17 comment) I thought people just said greyromantic, and not grey-panromantic. I thought I heard something like gender doesn't matter...
  • discussion page Talk:Gray-romantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user 6 days ago
    Comment: Err... Kind of. It depends on sexual orientation, I think. (I don't know much) 
  • discussion page Talk:Gray-romantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user 6 days ago
    Comment: Nope. They can. 
  • discussion page Talk:Queerplatonic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Yum, a fresh batch of gatekeeping before i go to bed. All queer means is "unlike whats normal/commonly accepted" its sad that you feel the need to...
  • discussion page Talk:Queerplatonic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Whoopsie doo, I see that this is why I've gotten into romantic relationships that I'm not super up for with my friends, I was looking for the wrong...
  • edit Aromantic
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  • discussion page Talk:Aromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: i think we're in the same boat here. i'm so tired of basically every book and movie having some elment of romance in it, and iget so uncomortable at...
  • discussion page Talk:Aromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: to my knowlage,  aromantic aces' have little or no want for romance or sex, full stop. demi's (ace or aro), though, are more likely to have a want...
  • discussion page Talk:Aromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: me too, buddy, me too. i'm in the midst- i mean the musks of high school and i'm barely toleratbg it.my family/friends say that its just not the time...
  • discussion page Talk:Aromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Terrified of having crushes. Even more terrified of people having a crush on me. I used to have “crushes” when I was around 3 or so, but I think that...
  • discussion page Talk:Lithromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: As what I researched, Heteroromantic asexual person seeks a companion,affection ..which really fits on me.. I also saw lithromantic person can...
  • discussion page Talk:Lithromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Im so confused.. Like I once confirmed that Im Heteroromantic asexual, which is I feel only romantic affection on opposite sex.. But somethings not...
  • discussion page Talk:Gray-romantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: can you be greyheteromantic, and still be part of the lgbtqi+ community? i would really  like to know.
  • discussion page Talk:Alterous
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: jeeze lol  have almost exacly the same thing...i have squishes on all my freins. when i emajine the future i see like me and like 3 freinds living...
  • discussion page Talk:Queerplatonic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I do too my guy! BUtsince your a dude wanting a qpr with females, you might use the term "quasiplatonic"! Just a suggestion!
  • edit Quoiromantic
    edited by Osteophage diff
    Summary: added survey data and surveys header
  • discussion page Talk:Queerplatonic
    new comment by PaintedSiberianHusky
    Comment: Now that I think about it, I think I might've wanted to be in a QPR with one of my childhood friends. Oh god. It makes so much more sense now.
  • discussion page Talk:Demiromantic
    new comment by Samahyalmudena
    Comment: If dating a close friend of yours makes you feel uncomfortable, then I wouldn't say you are grey/Demi, as in general their romances are based on deep...
  • discussion page Talk:Demiromantic
    new comment by Samahyalmudena
    Comment: Hey! 1. Even though most people don't "fall in love" at first sight, many people do develop crushes within the first hours or days of meeting...
  • discussion page Talk:Queerplatonic
    new comment by Miles-is-confused
    Comment: The difference is that QPRs are more committed-- that's the best way I can think to describe it. Best friends wouldn't get married, buy a house,...
  • discussion page Talk:Idemromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: (same anon here) Tho it's a term used by asexual-identified ppl, so maybe I am. But,,,..... I'll figure this out.
  • discussion page Talk:Idemromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I thought I was idemromantic but I'm definitely able to distinguish the difference Btween platonic and romantic attraction. It's just that with...
  • discussion page Talk:Demiromantic
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: Hello Any tips on coming out as demiromantic? Thanks :)
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