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I definitely don’t do much with most people to affirm my identity, but I guess I found it all the more upsetting when someone who definitely did know my pronouns and had used them before slipped up. In fairness, we were in a group where everyone else sees me as a cis woman and addresses me accordingly (including one guy who tends to address people as ‘woman’ sometimes, which makes me massively uncomfortable). One of the things I had really enjoyed about being in that group was that there was someone there who would pronoun me correctly, in a matter of fact sort of way..
Finding out where your desire lives and when it is and isn’t present may involve things like evaluating if you and your boyfriend actually have any strong sexual chemistry or not: if you do actually have sexual feelings for him, strong physical desires for him. If you don’t feel some kind of zingy feeling in your pants or other parts of your body when you’re with him, you probably don’t have that chemistry, and alas, it often isn’t something we can make happen. It tends to either be there or just not be there, and is one of the things we’re going to look TO be there if we are going to pursue a sexual relationship with someone.
Other info I’d like to tell you? Well, there was this one guy (let’s call him Andrew) I met who I thought was super cute (during a short week long program here) and we would have conversations about politics, religion, music and randomness and I felt like there was a connection (even though we respectfully differed in our political and religious views). Then, at the end of the program, we were at a party with the rest of the people in our group and I was so tempted to make out with him, but then I stopped myself for fear of him not finding me attractive enough and ’cause I didn’t want to make him feel awkward. Well, it turns out at the end of the program, he decided to start dating a girl in our group (let’s call her Clarissa); let me tell you, she makes size 0 look fat.
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