So, I've only been introduced to three different types of "love" so to speak
- Gay/Lesbian Bisexual Straight
But I never felt any of these. Well, at first, I was sure I was straight from till I was about 13-14. Then I thought Bi at about 14. But, after discovering all the wonderful things such as trans, genderqueer/genderfluid, and MtF/FtM, I realized... I could love any of these people. Because that's what they are.
Not freaks, not monsters, not crimes against nature. They're people. And I could love any person, so long as they treated me right and loved me back.
So, I'm not "bisexual". I'm Panromantic.
- Panromantic: Attracted to all sexes in a romantic way, but not necessarily in a sexual way. Used by asexuals instead biromantic to disregard the idea that there are only two sexes.
But that's not it.
The idea of sex has never really "Appealed" to me, except for someone I've known/been in a relationship with for a long time. I've only had sexual feelings for someone once in my life, and I'd known (and loved) them for years. However, I'm not totally apposed or turned off to sex, which is why I can't be asexual.
- Demisexualemisexuals are characterized by a lack of sexual attraction toward any person unless they become deeply emotionally or romantically connected with a specific person or persons. The level of connection it takes for sexual desire to form is dependent on how close the relationship is rather than initial attraction. It is an orientation that is not chosen.
Demisexuality does not refer to the active restraint or repression of sexual desires or actions.