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Just for teens / Re: Questioning my sexuality
« on: July 01, 2018, 04:09:02 PM »
There’s actually a sexuality called Aromantic. An Aromantic person experiences little or no romantic attraction, or romantic attraction under certain circumstances. I have a board for LGBTQ+ members as well as people figuring out their sexuality/sexual preferences. If you don’t think Aromantic fits you, feel free to post on my board and get some extra ideas and help.

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Relationships / Re: LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: June 16, 2018, 01:25:12 PM »
My friends say I can’t say I’m  Asexual or Demisexual because we’re too young to know. So  I said that means we can’t be straight either. Then they said “ then we are nothing for now “  I said that doesn’t make sense, so they got annoyed and ended the conversation. So everyone got me confused. :))

I’m helping one of my friends figure out her sexuality, and everyone thinks straight is the regular, but that not true. I think when you start to develop those feelings about people you can know. Some people question for a while, and some people like me don’t even start to question until later. I am openly and happily biromantic, as stated above, though I prefer guys and I’ve never dated a girl. Sexuality is fluid, it can change and develop throughout your life. Sorry, I’m rambling, but basically you can identify as whatever you feel is true for you and it can change as you get older. Hope that cleared some things up. :))

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Just for teens / Re: My crush :(
« on: June 04, 2018, 04:36:42 PM »
I like one of my friends. One day he randomly started texting me, and we texted for weeks and then he told he liked me at school. We recently started dating.

I’d say this guy liked you, but he’s moved on. I’d keep texting, drop some hints maybe but not too obvious in case it starts to go bad.

Best of luck!

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Just for teens / Re: Bras
« on: June 04, 2018, 04:32:45 PM »
I got the same problem. Take them out when you wash them, or buy bras with built in pads

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Relationships / Re: Comfort
« on: June 04, 2018, 04:30:35 PM »
Nothing is wrong with you, I have a similar problem but it’s the opposite. I lost my grandfather to Alzheimer’s a few years ago. It toughened me up a bit. I’ve always been emotional crying all the time, and now I’m not as emotional and I hardly cry over sad things. It’s just a change, everyone changes in their lives, and the loss of a friend or family can be hard. You’re growing up and the importance of life is showing up a bit more. Life is sad and crazy, and really messed up. And we change, and evolve through it. Accept the comfort, and grow from this experience. That’s all I can tell you, but if you ever need anything else, let me know.

I’m so sorry for your loss,
Lots of love and wishes your way

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Relationships / Re: LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: June 04, 2018, 04:20:53 PM »
I started questioning at 12/13. I figured, oh I’m straight, just a supporter. Then at 13, beginning of 8th grade I got my first crush on a girl and I’m like, well, I guess I’m Bi!
Then, like you I looked into more labels and also identified with Asexual. Now I try to help others find their sexuality.

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Relationships / Re: LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: May 31, 2018, 04:37:26 PM »
Hi! It's nice to meet some more people who are LGBTQ+ here! I'm omnisexual myself, which means that I am romantically and sexually attracted to people regardless of their gender identities.
I’ve never heard of that! I like how diverse the community is and how we have something to cover basically every sexuality and gender there is, it’s really cool.

If you don’t mind me asking, when did you know?  :D

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Relationships / Re: LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: May 05, 2018, 08:42:11 AM »
You were right!

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Relationships / Re: LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: April 30, 2018, 05:50:56 AM »
Bisexual means I like both boys and girls, and asexual has nothing to do with gender. Asexuals experience little or no sexual attraction, or sexual attraction only under certain circumstances.
They do have romantic attraction though. A biromantic is a bisexual-asexual person.
I like both boys and girls romantically.

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Relationships / LGBTQ+ Stuff
« on: April 19, 2018, 05:53:21 PM »
I’m Biromantic, basically bisexual + asexual, and I have many friends in the community. I wanted to make a place here where we can talk about our relationships, help each other out, as well as ask and answer LGBTQ+ questions.
Please feel free to post!

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Just for teens / Re: Questioning sexuality
« on: March 14, 2018, 03:28:56 PM »
Hello, I’m Biromantic, which is basically bisexual. I support you trying things out, I think that’s great! Although if you do find you are also attracted to girls but prefer guys, that is also completely normal. Feel free to ask me any other questions if needed:)

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Welcome / Re: Im new here
« on: March 13, 2018, 03:21:26 PM »
Hi, I’m from Canada. I have a European and Indian background, I was 12 when I started my period, I’ve used the app for almost two years, I am still in school, and I have absolutely no idea what I want to do in my future.

If you ever have any questions that you don’t want o post on a board, feel free to directly message me anytime :)

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Health / Re: Advice needed asap
« on: March 13, 2018, 03:16:36 PM »
Pack liners, pads/tampons whatever you use check the bathroom somewhat frequently, and if you’re so unsure, wear a pad when you sleep. :)

Hope I’m not too late on the reply!

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Just for teens / Re: Adopting
« on: March 13, 2018, 03:14:17 PM »
I’m kinda the same way. But maybe before jumping straight into adoption, talk to them about maybe like a foster child, or a foreign exchange student. I have my own exchange student, of course a lot of them are older 16-17, but it introduces you to a different culture as well as personality differences which would be good for fostering or adoption. Based on the age, everyone has a developed or developing personality so no matter what, it will be an adjustment. Like I said, try not to rush and have a serious talk about it adoption or foster or and exchange student. Ease them into it.

Sorry for the length, & hope I helped!

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Relationships / Re: Sex Drive
« on: March 13, 2018, 03:09:44 PM »
I’m young, so I’m not really sure, but I think everyone has their own level of sex drive and it can change on mood, the situation, who you’re with etc. I have no personal experience with sex, but I would explain to him how you feel and work out ways to get you more “turned on” I guess.

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