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Why is it that in order for one to be in a relationship you have to have sex? Is it to much to ask to be loved and held without the sexual relations? All I want is to hang out with someone, have someone text me goodnight and assure that I get home safe. Someone to hug in bed and to feel their presence while I sleep. Somebody who will let me hold their hand while walking down the street and who will watch stupid k-dramas with me. Someone I can make laugh and who will listen to me talk about my day. But why is it that it always has to include having sex? Can’t I have someone be my person without that?

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  • You can. Sex, or at the very least sexual attraction, is an important part of the intimacy of a relationship for most adults who aren’t ace. Not saying it should be used as an excuse to pressure anyone into it, but just that it’s important to most people in some way. Try dating an asexual person.

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 7:40 pm Reply
  • No, someone cannot be your person without that.

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 7:46 pm Reply
  • Maybe you should find a disabled person to be in a relationship with (but who can still walk, since you mentioned walking down the street)

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 7:59 pm Reply
    • Are you saying disabled people can’t have sex?? As a disabled person myself, i assure you most of us can have sex and do have the desire to have it just as anyone else does!

      Anonymous February 9, 2019 11:45 pm Reply
  • You never mentioned that you want love. You either need to find a guy who is impotent, or get a dog. Every normal guy is going to have sexual urges, and will want someone willing to be in relationship with sex.

    Anonymous February 9, 2019 10:06 pm Reply
  • You are asking for friendship, not relationship. Difference between the two? Sex.

    Anonymous February 10, 2019 3:34 am Reply

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