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posted by BingoPB
Hi, everyone. BingoPB here, au wewe can call me Kayla. I answer to both. I have been wanting to share this story for quite some time, but I decided to wait until June, since June is Pride Month. Without further ado, let's get started, shall we?

When I was a teenager, I had a boyfriend, but the idea of having sex never crossed my mind. I felt that sex was not part of love. I mean, there are people who have sex and don't upendo each other. Saying that wewe can't have upendo without sex is like saying wewe can't have a dog without a cat. I have a dog, but I don't have a cat. It works out just fine. I...
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Hello! So I was inspired to write this after seeing a video that showcased an episode from House where the character refuses to believe asexuality exists and and sets to prove it. Yeah...🙄
Anyway... I'm asexual and aromantic au aro/ace. So, wewe can imagine how disappointed and not really surprised that apparently we still live in the dark ages. And so I've come up with 10 bila mpangilio maswali about me and being aro/ace. Now this is just from my personal experience others maybe different but hopefully I can open some minds. 😊

1. Am I robot?
Uh, no and I do have feelings and the capacity to love....
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Frozen quickly became one of Disney's most beloved films. There's a lot of reasons why, but the main reason was because of one of the film's protagonists, Queen Elsa. Elsa connected to people for a lot of reasons. Disney princesses are common, but queens usually aren't very prominent in films. Elsa's song, Let it Go, quickly became one of the biggest songs in the entire world. It was a song about Elsa learning to stop hiding her ice powers. However, the song took on a new life as a metaphor for coming out.

When it comes to Disney princesses, they almost always get together with a prince. Frozen...
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posted by Peaceandlove67
Hi, everyone. Peaceandlove67 here, au wewe can call me Antonia. I am perfectly comfortable with being called Antonia. In fact, I prefer it. I thought I would share my story about coming out as asexual. Some of wewe may already be familiar with the story, but some of wewe are new, and wewe don't know. Without further ado, I'll get into the story.

When I entered into adolescence, I noticed I was different from my Marafiki in the sense that I was not attracted to anyone. I initially thought it was just a phase, and in a year's time, I'd "get over it". One mwaka passed, I was fourteen, and nothing changed....
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Okay, so I think it's fair to say we've all seen our share of depictions of soulmates. Whether it's in movies, fanfics, songs, etc.
Now usually soulmates have been described as two people with clocks under their skin, burning sensations and weird markings and the occasion colors (ooh, the colors!) Honestly, it sounds terrifying! *lol*

But that being alisema I do think soulmates exists and I think it's possible that there's a soulmate out there for anyone. But I also think it doesn't have to be romantic. A soulmate can be someone wewe connect with (minus the skin burning, ouch! *lol*)

And even if you're...
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