I’ve seen asexual reading of Merida in the past. There was a whole list of aromantic Elsa headcanons in the tag earlier.
But yes, they are less common sadly.
saying that asexual characters can’t have a romantic plot is a misuse of the word and implies that romantic relationships have to involve sex and personally i find that kind of disgusting
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Okay yes you got me.
I did indeed start identifying as asexual because I’m on Tumblr.
And you know what.
If I wasn’t on Tumblr, if this website hadn’t taught me that wonderful little word, I would still be identifying as what I did before Tumblr.
Would you like me to tell you what that word was?
passive aggressive family members
"guess i’ll never be a grandma"
"guess i’ll never be an aunt"
"guess i’ll never be able to dress a niece/nephew"
stop feeling so entitled to my hypothetical offspring. it is not yours. it is mine. i will grow it if i grow it. and it will be mine. not yours. i am not an incubator which grants you familial titles. jesus. go away. this “have a baby i can play with” thing is so impersonal and insensitive and annoying.
Pansexual and asexual are literally the easiest sexual orientations to understand this is unbelievable
For your general perusal, these are all the current, completed niche booklists we have put together. If you know of any books that should be on one of these lists and isn’t, please let us know!
HOMOROMANTIC ASEXUALS BOOKLIST