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  1. I don't want kids for a variety of reasons. A lot of it comes down to the fact that I'm not interested in creating a baby through sex/pregnancy. But even beyond that, I don't think I'd enjoy parenting and as a result don't think I'd be a great parent. I am good with kids, but I like being able to hand them off to their parents after a while and don't think I'd have the patience to deal with a kid 24/7.
  2. I doubt anyone has calculated the exact answer. If you were really motivated, you could go to the thread in site info center and figure out the average term length from that, but it seems like more trouble than it's worth.
  3. I don't really understand libido much myself (never really had much of one) so it's hard for me to comment on whether there should be a distinction between nonlibioists and asexuality as a whole. I think it's reasonable to say though that most asexual communities treat them as separate things, so with a name like Asexual Me, they might not seek us out.
  4. I don't have a problem with including nonlibidoists and/or people who are celibate. My main concern though is that currently the site has the word "Asexual" in the name, so we would either have to change that, or risk that those people won't really find us (and if they do, it can potentially cause confusion about what asexuality is).
  5. I think a minimum post count to vote on ASM policy is a good idea. I'm surprised that you can't restrict voting without also hiding the section from the public. Maybe as a work around we could have a public parliment section for discussions, but a restricted voting section, like AVEN does for elections? I'm not sure that's the best approach, but its an option.
  6. I'm on moblie right now so I can't see the acronyms
  7. I'm kind of meh about a general psych category- I'm not very interested in psychology, but not opposed to the idea if there's enough demand. I was more interested in the idea of either a mental health or general health category, but I don't know if others would actually post there.
  8. I wish we had a system that gave third party canidates a chance at winning. I voted 3rd party in the 2016 election because I thought the two main canidates were bad, but I did that knowing it was more of a symbolic "Trump and Hillary suck" rather than an actual vote that would count for something. And the only reason even I felt okay with doing that was because I wasn't voting in a swing state- if I was in a place like florida or pennsylvannia, I would probably just vote for the lessor of two evils rathet than someone I actually wanted to be in power.
  9. This may be a stupid question, but what do you mean by "abolitionists"? When I hear abolitionists I think of Americans in the pre-civil-war era who wanted to abolish slavery, but I assume that is not what you meant here.
  10. Actually, I'm confused. Are you saying that if you experience romantic attraction (or what you called "asexual attraction"), then that attraction is somewhere is between hetero and homosexual, even if those feelings/attractions are only directed towards on gender? I think some asexual people can be bi-leaning, but I think it's incorrect to say that all are. Also, how do people who don't experience romantic attraction fit into your model? For example, I genuinely only feel attraction in a plantonic, friendly. and/or familial way, but I wouldn't consider myself bi-leaning just because I can feel platonic feelings for people of more than one gender. Bi-leaning implies some sexual or romantic connotation, which I do not experience.
  11. I'm a bit confused- the site is called "Asexual Me", how are we meant to define the focus/goals of the site without mentioning asexuality at all?
  12. I actually like the idea of a mental health (or general health) forum more than I like the idea of a psych forum. Mental/psychical health feels more tangibile and relatable than psychology in general, so it might encourage more people to post there. I also agree that splitting things up too much is bad if they won't get used- which is why I said in my first post that my support of these proposals was contigent on there actually being a demand for them and/or a solid group of people that wanted them
  13. If I'm coming off as if I don't want people here to talk about AVEN ever, that's not really my intention. I personally don't like threads that bash AVEN too harshly, but if it's done as constructive criticism or respectful discussion, and it isn't the only topic of conversation, I think it's fine. What I don't want is a place specifcally for discussing AVEN, because I agree with Grep that this site shouldn't have an official antagonistic stance on AVEN, and creating an AVEN-specific section will antagonist them. I keep bringing up the idea of a hate site because I don't want us to be labelled as one, and some of the ideas I see thrown about would make that happen (at least from AVEN's perspective).
  14. I can know things without being omniscient
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