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#53755
Hey there. I myself am asexual and aromantic and I have been for about three years now. Since joining the LGBTQ+ community I have come to accept myself and others a lot.
For myself I don't partake in any intimate acts. I don't have the desire to do so, and I don't feel guilty about that. Through I wonder how people might react in all honesty. When I recently start looking more into age regression and the community around it, I felt a draw to it. I like the way it allows me to relax and feel happy. To be honest, I didn't know you could be asexual and be a little as well.
Is anyone else asexual/aromantic or part of the LGBTQ+ community and felt better ( I suppose) when you found this community? Just curious... Thanks for reading.

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#53943
I identify as a tween and when I'm in that headspace, I am definitely not sexual. I have an age-appropriate knowledge of sex and a curiosity about kissing and the like, but sex itself is mysterious and scary. In that headspace, sex would just feel very very wrong.

But I can certainly leave that headspace and have an active sex life. But when I do so, I am definitely NOT little.

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#53957
Hai~~ so i am Asexual through and through, but i'm PanRomantic... For me i am just not sexual at all. The physical contact makes me feel uncomfortable, the idea of the whole sex thing just doesnt click me. I am a little but doesnt change my "desire" for things. Just idk if me responding will help but it's just really cool to see other asexuals on this website

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