John and Sherlock, sitting in a tree, D-E-D-U-C-I-N-G. First comes the case, then comes the danger, then comes Sherlock slamming John up against the wall and kissing him until he's breathless before dragging him into their bedroom for their customary we're-still-alive sex.
Identifiable as Engie ^_^ 25. Sherlockian. Whovian. Writer. Photographer. Photoshopper. Cosplayer. Avid Johnlock and Doctor/Rose shipper. I have a TARDIS corset, a bird named Loki, and a Clockwork Droid mask. When I was three, I kept telling people I was Princess Leia. And fuck it, I love Ewoks.
This blog is occasionally NSFW (especially during Johnlock Fridays *ahem*) and is both a personal blog and a fandom blog!
Not at all! I’m completely comfortable and open discussing these things with anyone :)
While a heterosexual is sexually attracted to the opposite gender and a homosexual is attracted to the same gender (and onwards with different identities), an asexual is not sexually attracted to anyone. That doesn’t mean they don’t have a libido or that they don’t experience arousal, but when faced with another person, while they may find that person asthetically pleasing, they would not find them sexually attractive.
The other spectrum is romantic attraction. This is just as varied as sexual identities. Heteroromantic is romantic attraction to the opposite gender, biromantic (just like bisexual on the other spectrum) is romantic attraction to two or more genders (aka: romantic attraction to the same gender you identify with and the opposite gender in my case).
indigowallbreaker said: Thank for explaining this completely and simply. I for some reason find it hard to explain this part of myself to people (like my mother). Maybe I’ll just refer them to this post from now on! ^^
imnerdy said: You put into words exactly how I feel. I was wondering for a long time what I am, and I think that biromantic asexual pretty much encapsulates me. I am happy to find that I am not the only one. So thank you.