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You often find sex scenes in books/TV/movies to be out of place or boring.You’re watching a movie when suddenly the male and female leads start going at it for no reason: [fast forward!“If you loved me, you’d want sex with me.” It’s even possible that the asexual partner does enjoy sex, but are afraid to let their partner know that they don’t find them sexually attractive.And so, they put on an act of attraction and will say things like “You’re so hot” or “You turn me on so much” when that’s not actually the case. It’s possible to love someone you’re not sexually attracted to. They like to talk about what they’ve done, what they’d like to do, and what they’ve heard about other people doing.
This view often comes about during the teenage years.
] You’re reading a book when suddenly it turns to “heaving bosoms” and “love’s juices”: [next chapter!
] Perhaps it’s a sense of “Ew, icky”, but it doesn’t have to be. ” Half the time, the sexual encounter is unforgivably contrived.
Additionally, the word “sexy” is also not within your realm of understanding.
You thought that everyone else was just pretending to be interested in sex.
Some asexuals may even look at this and think that’s bizarre. The whole concept is so different from how they look at the same scenario that it may be impossible for them to process those actions into something that makes sense. Some asexuals don’t connect with the word “hot” and other words describing someone’s sexual desirability.