Out of curiosity, could you take a moment to reblog this if you believe that demisexuality exists? I’m demisexual, and I feel like demisexuality goes really under the radar, even within the asexual community umbrella. A lot of people don’t believe that it exists, and even within the ace community, demisexuality is still questioned as being legitimate, although we share the same flag. So reblog this is if you believe it exists.
Demisexuality: A state of sexuality in which sexual attraction comes after someone has formed a deep emotion bond with someone. Demisexuality differs from asexuality in that individuals do experience sexual attraction after a relationship (ie, friendship) has been established, whereas asexual persons do not experience any sexual attraction towards anyone at anytime.
TL;DR: Sexual attraction and love are the result of friendship and companionship.
The Hetalia crew isn’t personifications of politics, cultures, or history. They are personifications of the unity of their people, of the fact that when it all comes down to it, we are mentally loyal to a certain place. This is why Prussia still lives, the Italies are separate, and Sealand exists at all.
This is a project that I have been thinking about for several months, and I am finally getting this started.
You may call me Mer, I am a writer and have been for many years. I have always been fascinated by the subject of muses and the varied relationships with their muns. For many of us I’m sure, they were always there in some form or fashion even if we weren’t aware of them. Once aware, the relationships begin to grow and thus the vary between muns.
This blog seeks to answer many questions that I know that those of us with muses have likely thought about at one point or another. What are they? Where do they come from? How do they work? Why and how do they choose the muns that they do? As well as many other questions to follow one right after the other.
This is a safe place where people can tell what muses are to them, their relationship to them, ask questions, etc. I fully encourage participation in an effort to try and unravel these questions and find answers.