Kinda OT but Jenny Trout herself deserves her own thread, or at least, being included in the whole YA shenanigans. She was the one who completely sperged a couple of years ago about killing Trump and her supporters. She writes "feminist romance novels".Even the Fifty Shades series, which is possibly the worst series to ever sell over 100 million copies, has a really valuable lesson in it: the signs of an abusive relationship. I was reading an in-depth review recently and the reviewer wrote her opinion on EL James in the review of Freed's epilogue, and she had a good point. I never read the whole series (I tried and kept getting irrationally angry that it managed to get published despite sounding like a horny 13 year old wrote it) and while I'd heard it showed very well an abusive relationship (albeit unintentionally), I hadn't seen how bad it was until I read that woman's reviews.
I agree with her reviews of 50 Shades, but, IICR, she changed one of her articles saying that "all men are in fact abusers" because I can't find it anymore and I remember she said that.
It's kinda like how empty set belongs to all groups of numbers, maybe?And if you're truly, fully asexual and never want sex or feel any attraction to anyone, does it even count as a sexuality?
At this point, any sexuality that is not "ordinary" (as in men/women) is an special sexuality because who wants to be like those boring straights? Correct me if I'm wrong but asexuality ain't a sexuality: it's a disorder. A young person who has no sexual drive ain't healthy either physically or emotionally. There must be some cases of quite healthy people who feel no attraction for anybody, but those are rare. And simply not feeling attracted to anyone isn't being asexual. Asexuality is having zero sexual reactions to people. Many so called "asexuals" say things like "omg, that actor is kinda hot". Well, that's being fucking sexual.