I’m doing a Philosophy paper on Asexuality. Please reblog if you think Love without Sex is possible! I really need the data. Like if you think love has to have sex.
Beauty feels so subjective sometimes. Of course it’s subjective; to each our own, right? But sometimes, I feel I’ve been put in the wrong side of the hemisphere; why does nobody think I’m pretty? Don’t get me wrong, it is not a confidence issue, I feel pretty; it’s an anthropology one, maybe. No guy (or girl, for that matter) from this side of earth looks at me the way they look at a girl with “common beauty”. Not a single one. On the contrary, people that are from the opposite side find me pretty, attractive, even beauty pageant worthy. Why is that? Why do people build the standards that they build? Why can’t they open their minds to look at the “different”, not “standard” kinds of beauty?
It bugs me to the point where I think I might have to move from this country, this continent to find someone, who loves me and to love, out there. All I want is someone smart, someone I can hold an interesting conversation with: “what’s going on in the world? Did you hear about that dinosaur they discovered recently? Here, listen to this magnificent song I just discovered.”
I’m stuck in this side of earth, how will I ever find someone like this? What if they can’t find me either?