Are women more or less interested because you’re asexual?

Q: Are women more or less interested because you’re asexual? Some women want to be loved for their personalities rather than their bodies so i feel like they would be fine with your asexuality? But then again….

I really can’t say.  To date, there have only been two women who have declared their feelings towards me.  One was not a fan of my asexuality (I didn’t know I was asexual at the time), while the other is actually ace herself.  I think some other women have tried flirting with me, but flirt slides off me like water off a duck’s back, so…

I’ve also never approached a woman with romantic intent, so I have no idea how that would work out.

2 thoughts on “Are women more or less interested because you’re asexual?

  1. I can’t speak for sexual women, being both ace and rarely a woman myself, but I would hypothesize that a certain number of women would find it appealing at first. And then the novelty would wear off. It seems like there’s too many articles around the internet (not the best source, but it’s what I have to go on) either complaining about how men can rarely satisfy them or how to encourage more sex in a relationship – yes, even directed at the women – or even how woman-woman sex is better than woman-man sex because women have a better knowledge of how to get women off.

    It depends, I guess, on how comfortable the asexual person is with having sex, and how often they feel having sex. Because non-ace women definitely have sexual needs. And obviously any relationship takes work, but it seems like relationships between an asexual person and a sexual person take a lot more work in the form of communicating, especially about sex.

  2. I have no idea. I can’t speak for myself because I’ve never dated. I don’t ever fall in love. But if I were willing to go out on a date, it would probably be an asexual guy.

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