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daviddoesntgetit June 3rd, 2013, 2:10 am

Felt incredibly weird about drawing this.

But, uh, yeah. I’m on the more extreme end of asexuality, there are still asexuals out there who enjoy masturbation, sometimes with other people. Or, asexuals like Miriam, who enjoy the crap out of porn.

Now you know!

One good thing did come out of this. Now I have a story to tell if anyone ever tells me again who could I know unless you try it?

Really wish I didn’t. If I had to describe the feeling of disgust… haha. It kinda reminded me back when I was living in a pretty Catholic household and felt ashamed about, well, a lot of things. I wonder how other asexuals would describe what aversion to sex feels like for them?


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Knightly June 3rd, 2013, 5:04 am

Hmm. Thanks for sharing that intimate story with us. We as humans, pretty interesting creatures. To be honest I also find semen a bit gross however when you are doing the deed with another man it is all about semen, right? So I am double weird I guess. LOL.


RadicalTrain June 3rd, 2013, 7:46 am

I think "gross" is a pretty accurate statement for sexual aversion (for me at least) as an asexual. Pretty gross.


Sunset* June 3rd, 2013, 7:56 am

I can get why that can disgusting for when I first tried I thought it was really thick piss lol.

The forth panel is completely comical a good vague way of showing it.


TheEmptyPot June 3rd, 2013, 10:21 am

To me, it's kind of boring, actually.

Like if you're in the right mindset it can be alright I guess but I can't help and look at in in completely technically terms and it starts looking really silly.

Like peg a into slot b however many times- it's just kind of weird looking to be honest.


daviddoesntgetit June 3rd, 2013, 3:31 pm

@Knightly: Oh, good! I'm glad someone took away something from it. I wasn't sure about putting it up but Brad said people might find it an interesting read.

Haha. I find any human excrement to be pretty gross. Well, not that you've put it that way, I guess sex with a dude is all about semen, haha.

Yeah, it was my first time seeing my own, uh, semen. I do get morning wood from time to time, but it always went away on its own. I've read about asexuals who kinda view it like a chore, haha.

@RadicalTrain: Hahaha. I was wondering if there was a more eloquent word than "gross" to describe sexual aversion, but if it works, it works, I guess.

@Sunset*: Haha. It wasn't disgusting just because of the semen. The feeling of pleasure that goes along with masturbating was also gross to me, I guess is what I was trying to say. It wasn't just the physical aspect but the, um, not quite emotions but the mindset and feeling behind it was also gross to me. Which is where I think I'm asexual.

Or, possibly, just seem super conservative, haha.

Haha. I had to get past the masturbation scene as fast as I could 'cause I just couldn't think of what to fill those panels with.

@TheEmptyPot: Really? Boring, eh? Haha. Interesting.

So do you like getting intimate with people in other ways?


Tacci June 4th, 2013, 12:06 am

You're my polar opposite.


lil_shiro June 4th, 2013, 2:17 am

Masturbation is weird. I was peer pressured into it when I was younger. Not a big fan of it, it is long and irritating, it's messy, and just all around gross. But it is oddly relaxing, orgasming at least. I find it pretty useful when I am really stressing out. Still gross though. xD


brumagem June 4th, 2013, 11:46 am

Only two things bad about masturbation in my opinion:

1. It can get pretty messy if you don't do things right.

2. If you start doing it too much you start to become dependent on it.


Sir June 7th, 2013, 3:09 pm

Wow, I remember for me as a kid it was a major source of shame due to bad things happening, and because I was pretty religiously minded. I didn't really understand it at the time but I knew it was supposed to be 'bad' and 'gross', but it felt good? So cue turmoil. However, I never thought my sexuality was 'bad'.

I actually think webcomics and the internet helped me figure that out, along with many other mediums. I stumbled upon a lot of sex positive comics and that made me feel like sex and masturbation was okay and that there were other people who felt the same way. A part of me still feels the bad kind of dirty sometimes for it but I know that I shouldn't and that makes me feel better? I don't know if what I'm saying is understandable at all but there it is, haha.

And haha, "For science." xD

Also, thanks to you, some time ago, I found a better term for what I feel. :) Poly and Demi sexual.


Anon Ace (Guest) June 8th, 2013, 1:28 pm

Oh yeah, aversion comes in all forms.

For me, it's not so much the actual act but the matter of other people's involvement that gets to me. It can feel nauseating and even a little frightening. Other than something sensual, like holding hands or spooning, I couldn't imagine going any further with someone.

Every person has their own level of comfort, I suppose.


AwkPenquin (Guest) June 8th, 2013, 6:19 pm

this is kinda amusing to me cuz despite your general outward demeanor towards socialization, when it comes to areas like sex, you seem to have the curiosity and naivete of child, haha


daviddoesntgetit June 12th, 2013, 9:37 pm

@Tacci: Eh? Why?

@lil_shiro: Haha, I was reading about how other asexuals deal with morning wood and they treat masturbation like a chore akin to taking out the trash. I haven't had much trouble on my end, it goes away on its own so I thought that was interesting.

Ah, really? Ejaculating relaxes you? Interesting.

@brumagem: Haha... there's a wrong way?

Ah, is it bad to get dependent on masturbating? Brad said he did it when he was starting to finish sex too fast.

@Sir: Ah, that's right. You're from Texas, right? Haha.

Ah, that's great! Glad to hear other mediums helped you find your way. But yeah, it's hard to get rid of the religious guilt, haha. Sometimes Catholicism comes back to bite me in the ass.

Haha, it was for science! Did you know the founder of the asexuality movement actually had sex to prove he didn't find it enjoyable? I was legitimately impressed as a teenager, haha.

Ah, I helped you to find that out? That's great. I always found those sexuality to be a pleasant one to read about, haha.

@anon ace: Ah... I know aversion comes in all forms. I was mostly wondering about whether the feeling of aversion varied in terms of feeling, not so much the context. i.e. I know plenty of asexuals in relationships that consist of masturbating with each other.

In that case, I wouldn't say aversion varies so much as the level of comfort varies. That's where all those subcategories for asexuality comes in, haha. There are so many...

@awkpenguin: Haha, HEY. Can you blame me? Haha. I've never been curious enough to do the research and if people said something I didn't get, I just ignored them, haha.

But yeah, I know all the sex things. I'm an adult, after all. Things like... doing it.


Sir June 18th, 2013, 7:26 pm

@daviddoesntgetit: Ya, I am. Not to say that everyone from Texas is religious or starts off that way, etc. And yeah, the guilt can sometimes become this unwanted voice in the back of your mind.

And heh, I'm still a little impressed by the founder. I mean imagine having to do something like that just to prove a point? (It's the 'How do you you don't like it if you haven't tried it?' question some people ask about others' sexuality.) Although it's easily refutable by asking the same of them; to help them better understand.

And yeah, you did! I tried to explain in a post some time ago what my sexuality was and you told me there was an actual title already in existence that described it that I was unaware of. :)


daviddoesntgetit June 19th, 2013, 11:20 pm

@Sir: Nah, I know not everyone in Texas is religious as fuck. We've talked about Texas before and blue counties and different regions. Texas is like anywhere else, diverse but still, Texas compared to other states, MORE likely chance for religion to be a factor, haha. Just midwest America and the such.

Haha, y'know. You're right. If someone asks if I can't know unless I've tried, I should just talk about the founder. But then they might ask, "But what about you specifically?"

Haha. Asking them the same thing... reminds me of the video where someone asked if people thought gays chose to be gay. If they said yes the person would follow up, "Did you choose to be straight?" How did they not ask themselves that before? I guess that's how you lack empathy when you don't put yourself in their position in any way, haha.

OH. I remember that conversation! Huh. I kinda want to look it up again but forget it, such a pain. Haha. Well. I'm glad. Glad to be of help somewhat to someone for once, haha.


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