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If you’re in a relationship with an asexual person, they do not owe you sex. Many of us have had our choices taken away, often by erosion of boundaries. Here is how to figure out whether or not you’ve found an asexual person who is interested, and negotiate the possibilities with them.
Compromising on boundaries is never okay, and you should never expect the person you’re with to do that. This guide does not assume you are in a romantic relationship—you very well may not be, and that might be an arrangement that works for both of you.
I don’t mean the “they didn’t say no” kind of permission.
I don’t mean the “they said ‘I don’t know’ or they kind of sort of wanted to” kind of permission.
For those of you wondering why I chose this title, it’s the exact text of a search term that led someone to this blog, and it was the people coming here via such a search that I intended to address.
You should read as much about asexuality as you can.
Realize that as a still very obscure minority, we are put in the position of constantly having to educate everyone around us, and that’s a huge burden.
However, you are at least demonstrating that you know that asexuality is not the same as celibacy, which give you a little bit of credibility, depending on how you broach the topic.
Establishing credibility as someone who actually goes out and looks up asexuality on the internet (as you’re doing now) to find out what it is will really help the asexual person feel more comfortable with you, and will also make the giant hurdle of trying to communicate with someone who doesn’t know anything about asexuality a lot less steep.