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Asexuality:

"Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to anyone or low or absent interest in sexual activity." - Wikipedia

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mystickopper Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm a Gay asexual so i will be using ^^
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JigglypufftheUTfan Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Student Digital Artist
I'm Asexual,reply if your Asexual too
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Faxolotl Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Student Digital Artist
USING OOOOMMMGG
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2017
It's not a preference the same way any other sexuality isn't a "preference". For example, gay people are attracted to people of the same sex (obviously). It's the group of people they are attracted to, it's not their "preference". Sexualities aren't a choice....
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Edited Jun 29, 2017
Why so aggressive?
And your comment's two months old. If that's "goddamned old" it should have been enough time for you to figure out why people were calling you on your queer phobia. Don't comment something asking a question and then get mad at people who respond trying to answer; you obviously don't care and don't "support them fully".
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Edited Jun 30, 2017
I know that you know how dA works and I think it goes without saying that you and I are the only people receiving notifications for "arguing". That being said, I'm still not sure why you're so angry at me, but I'm gonna do my best to just be nonchalant about this considering how it actually has to do with my physical, mental, and emotional safety as a person and so I'm pretty educated on it (seeing as I'm actually ace), and I just ask that you simply listen to what I have to say out of respect for me as a person and I think you'll be happy you did (especially if you have ace friends). If you hate asexuality that much then I simply ask that you read the bold/TL;DR and reconsider what you've been taught by tumblr/people who aren't asexual themselves and don't know what it means.

Being asexual has never been a choice for me (or anyone), any more than it was for you to be gay, any more than it was for me to be trans. I did not ever wish these things upon myself, and if it for some reason ever became a "preference", I would simply choose the easy (and safest) way out. I'm proud of these aspects of myself, but I didn't ever choose them. Being queer wasn't, isn't, a "preference". It's part of my identity as a person. I'm not any more straight than you are (or, once considered yourself to be). Being heterosexual means being attracted to the opposite sex. If you're not attracted to the opposite sex, then you're not straight, and no offense, but I'm not sure why this would be confusing. Pan people are attracted to all sexes and/or genders, asexual people aren't attracted to any of them; pan meaning "all of" coming from Latin,  pānis, pānem (although the Romans stole it from Greek), and a(n) also coming from Latin, meaning "no/non/not of".  These words are here, in English, as a prefix to the word "sexuality", obviously. So, asexuality is a sexuality, and the Latin word simply describes where the sexual attraction is aimed at; in this case, no one. To correct what you seemed to be viewing it as based on your reply to someone else, being asexual has nothing to do with how much sex someone is or isn't having. Abstinence is a preference, your attraction to someone isn't, and the term asexual only means your orientation/attraction. There's this misconception that must be spread by the same people on tumblr but.... I'll just be blunt... Asexual people can and do have sex, for plenty of reasons. Maybe just to please a partner, but still very commonly for the intimacy (oxytocin), the feeling of it (dopamine), just like everyone else. Lots of ace people don't have sex, too, of course; but either way, it's not because of their orientation, because, again, lots of ace people still masturbate or have sex.
The acronym is LGBTQIA+. Please stop excluding intersex and asexual people (not to mention non-binary) when you don't know what it means to be these things. Also, in response to what you said, gender identity has nothing to do with sexuality. Being trans doesn't mean you're not straight; you can still be apart of the community if you're straight as long as you're not cis.
I hate to break it to you, but tumblr is the only place where people think that being asexual is somehow cishet. Several years ago, they were targeting bisexual people, calling them straight (or telling them to just "choose" and stop lying), and telling them they couldn't be apart of the community. When that didn't work, it moved onto asexual and intersex people. Many of these people are also the ones who say that "queer" is a slur. You know where this stuff stems from?
Terfs.
You're (unintentionally) blindly following the example of blogs who learned their values from people who want you (and I) dead. If you've ever listened to a so-called feminist that validates the murder of trans people, you'll notice the similarities (most obviously where they say trans people are just cis ("self-hating women/men"), faking it for attention, and so on). They started this, years ago, and pulled in the younger generation, knowing that at the time they couldn't know any better, in an attempt to keep their sadistic rhetoric going. Excluding people from the community is nothing new, the only thing about it is that they've moved onto asexual and intersex people now. People on the internet started the rhetoric, and now people like you, not knowing any better, continue it. I know you're not doing it intentionally, but you're recycling garbage that needs to be thrown away; it was never useful, or even true in the first place. It comes from a place of hate, one that tries to invalidate human rights.
You cannot "support" people if you think they don't deserve a voice in the community. You're telling us that our sexuality isn't valid, that we, too, are somehow just posing (like the bisexual people were accused of doing), and secretly straight.
In the real world (this means off of Tumblr), in actual LGBTQIA+ communities, I've never been discriminated against for being ace, or been told I wasn't queer and didn't belong in the acronym or in the group, basically the only safe space I could find. Since, I think it's pretty clear you don't validate my opinion on queerness, despite being an adult and having been in the community.... My existence as a queer person has always been validated for being ace, and simply ace (because I didn't always want to share my gender identity). Being asexual to everyone except for a (pretty small) population of tumblr dot com and uneducated straight people, is valid, is queer, and historically, we've always been here and we've always been included and apart of the community. As I've said, it's only on that site, and it's only popped up within the last couple years, and its origins are basically from lesbian trans-exclusionary radical feminists, who hate the idea of people being attracted to men (bisexuals), or the idea that a woman could possibly exist in the body of a man (trans women), because they hate anything and everything that has to do with men. That's it, really. It's recycled bi and transphobia fueled by terfs, from tumblr, because a website is the only place where people get away with hate speech like that. Obviously you live in Canada and don't know this, but saying a lot of the stuff they do, if they were to say it in a public place, here in the US, they would be shoved into the back of a cop's car, and potentially arrested. Tumblr is the only place where they can keep their power. Don't let them, or any off-shoot of them and their followers spreading copied/similar rhetoric, influence you. If not influenced or stemmed from it, it's directly hate speech. It's preventing people like me from having a safe place to land, because, after having to defend myself from aphobes and terfs, I can't be on tumblr without being told to kill myself by their followers for simply not being attracted to a sex/gender, and I can't be myself around my family because if I came out as asexual they would force my grown ass into conversion therapy, try to force me into a relationship, and "make" me straight. We belong in the community because we're not "het" (and many of us aren't cis, anyway), and because, as you've already proven, people don't think we're real, think we're faking, think our sexuality is a choice, or think we can be "fixed" and forced to be attracted to someone. I never chose to be ace. I'm not attracted to the opposite sex, or the same sex, and I don't want heterosexuality shoved down my throat any more than you do. In fact, considering all of my abusers save for one were men, and considering I'm hit on often by men, the last person I would want to be in a relationship with is a man. Admittedly, many times I wish I could live in a world without cis men, because after what's happened to me, maybe such a place is somewhere I could finally feel safe in. I do not like men, do not feel attracted to them, kinda want nothing to do with them sometimes.

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Asexuality has always been apart of the LGBTQIA+ community, we've always been considered queer and have always been included for just being ace. (We've all been included before our letters were added to the acronym. Trans women were the people who started the riots at Stonewall and created our movement, and the T came after the L, G, and B.) Only a small portion, of one website (tumblr) believe being ace is "cishet", and these blogs are intentionally following in the footsteps of TERFS, who targeted trans and bi women in the past (and moved onto ace people once people ignored them). Asexuality, by definition, isn't, nor is it similar to, heterosexuality, because we're not attracted to the opposite sex. At all. Ever. Asexual means not being attracted to someone; being asexual has nothing to do with any kind of "preference" relating to having sex, how we have sex, or not having it at all; plenty of asexual people do have sex. Asexual is only a sexual orientation. Only relates to bodily attraction. Nothing else.
 
So please, stop telling us, and others, that asexuality is a "preference", a choice, or that we don't belong in the community. My sexuality, like yours, was never a choice, and my sexuality, like yours, has always been included in our community, and excluded from the outside world due to ignorance and hate. Asexual people have always belonged, we've always been in queer spaces, and we're discriminated for not participating in, not fitting into a cisgender heteronormative culture just like everyone else that isn't.... well, cisgender and heterosexual. We deserve respect just as much as anyone else, and we're not going away, we're not going to become straight and stop being queer because of those who choose to spread misinformation and hate about us. I can't fix your hate, I can only try to tell you information like what I have so you understand us, and hopefully, eventually accept and support us. Excluding some of us = excluding all of us, because we're a community of people fighting towards the same common goal, and we're a family. We're all queer and (not to steal from High School Musical... shit.) we're all in this together.
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"Please stop excluding intersex and asexual people (not to mention non-binary)"

do you have any idea how many times intersex people have stated that they do not want to be included in the lgbt community, for just being intersex? I'm not intersex myself but even I know this.
Also, nonbinary falls under the t. If you don't id as the gender you were assigned to at birth, you're trans. simple as that.
"Asexuality, by definition, isn't, nor is it similar to, heterosexuality, because we're not attracted to the opposite sex. At all. Ever. Asexual means not being attracted to someone; being asexual has nothing to do with any kind of "preference" relating to having sex, how we have sex, or not having it at all; plenty of asexual people do have sex. Asexual is only a sexual orientation. Only relates to bodily attraction. Nothing else.  "

ok so what do you call an asexual heteroromantic cis person? is that a... [gasp] cishet????

" T came after the L, G, and B."

are you telling me the lgbt acronym is listed in chronological order. what are you smoking this shit is tripping me the fuck out

"Asexuality has always been apart of the LGBTQIA+ community"
david jay is the one who started this whole "ace is LGBTQIA+++++++++" thing. you know david jay? he’s a homophobe.

at this point you would say someone could be lgbt for just being a furry

"you know where this stems from? terfs"

im too fucking tired for this we are not anything like terfs please go buy a goddamn brain at your local getsmarts store


anyways the acronym will and always will be lgbpt/lgbt (p falling under the b i guess?). no plus, no asterisk, no fucking Q (queer is still a slur mind you, and you can't fucking reclaim it), and if there is an A, the A always will be for Ally, for closeted lgbt people whom cannot safely come out.
you're not oppressed. please get the fuck over not being beaten and killed for your identity.

edit: saw ur comment stating you're trans, in tht case u can reclaim the q slur but its definitely not because you're ace.
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2017
If you're not intersex then perhaps you should stop speaking for a group of people you can't represent and clearly know nothing about.
I know what non-binary is, thank you, and I was referring to the way they were talking about the subject. Most non-binary people prefer to be called non-binary and not trans, anyway.
You call them asexual because that's what they are. Since you're obviously not educated on this, sexual orientations come before romantic.... Sexual orientations are how we're getting our rights, it's how we've always referred to ourselves first and foremost (not that romantic attraction isn't important).
No, as I already said, they're not in "chronological order", that was my point. Stop trying to cut out portions of my text and twist the meaning. I said that you trying to cut out the letters Q-P doesn't actually mean anything, because we've been here before letters, before the acronym, was a thing. Trans women started the whole movement, and yet they're placed after LGB. The fact that letters are being added and will continue to be added as more people are getting voice has nothing to do with their validity as an orientation or gender identification.
Yes, I know of David Jay, and from what I've heard he's also racist, but he founded AVEN, not the queer community. This guy is not old enough to have been around for that, and he's not the one who changed acronym. Adding letters to the acronym is a group decision, not a specific person's doing, anyway.

You're the one who says they identify as an animal, not me. 

You literally get your morals from radical feminists on a website and think that that translates to real life. Yes, you are like terfs because terfs are the ones who started the invalidation of select groups of people within the queer community, as I already said multiple times. The people you follow follow someone else, and eventually you get down the line and those last group of people are following radical feminists who think that anyone who isn't a cisgender lesbian women deserves to be kicked out of the community, if not physically hurt or even killed simply for being trans, bi, ace, intersex, etc. That's what it means to be a radical feminist; you hate anything that you view in your own eyes as not 100% "woman" (and obviously they have their own version of what it means to be a woman). They're crazy and terrifying people and I've had to deal with them firsthand. Wouldn't recommend. As I said, the only people who get away with this are terfs are tumblr because they can't be 

"p falling under the b i guess?"
And you attempt to mock me and try to educate me on what sexuality is? Not only do you not have a basic grasp on any of this, but you continue to insist that you're right, anyway.
Pansexuality is a real sexuality and is just as valid as the rest. It doesn't fall under bisexuality because it's not bisexuality. If you don't even know what it is, you don't get to try to tell others what it is. Sorry. Pansexuals are not fancy or re-labeled bisexuals. They're pan, and they're not even similar to being bi. Stop excluding communities when you don't even know what they are.
The LGBTQIA(P)+ acronym is constantly changing and evolving because as time goes on, more and more of us are starting to be accepted, or at least recognized. At one time the acronym was LG. That's it. So no, it hasn't always been "LGBPT" because that's not the acronym, first of all, and second of all, as I've said, it has to evolve. By your logic, since the acronym cannot be changed whatsoever, the acronym still has to be LG, so anyone who isn't homosexual isn't queer. So basically, you're excluding most of the community, including yourself, including trans people, who are the reason the community exists at all.

Plenty of us identify as queer and I hate to break it to you, but your cussing us out isn't going to change that. Queer was considered an insult and offensive for a long time but it's been reclaimed for quite awhile now (almost 30 years).  Similarly with the N word; as a white person, you don't get to tell black people what language they can reclaim or not.
I've said it multiple times but I guess it bears repeating that, again, rad fems and their allies are the people who started saying queer is a slur and that people can't identify as queer. The public refers to us as the LGBTQ+ community, and many of them use "queer" for short. This is apparent to anyone who reads any source of news or advertisement or uses social media, so I'm not sure what you do in your spare time, but everyone else recognizes the reclaiming of queer except for radicalisms on tumblr. I guess younger people are using Facebook less, but I have family from all over so I check often and let me tell you that during this pride month the rainbow ads were about every other post, and my point is that every single one of these posts that referred to us by name said "LGBTQ+ community". Articles published by all kinds of journalists, including NYT, have referred to us as "queer". You probably wont read this, but I'll but it put it here anyway. It's about a 45 second read.
Why we use the term queer
Allies are not queer. They're allies. We appreciate their support but they do not belong in our community. People who are closeted or still trying to figure out themselves being under the Q, as they always have, because it's the term that fits them. And the irony in wanting to include straight people but not ace/aro people is incredibly moronic and hypocritical; similarly with you trying to educate me on my own community. 
So again, no, queer is not a slur, being referred to a queer is publicly accepted and has been for some time now. If/when you go to college, if you're like me and are interested in political science, you might take Queer Studies. From what I've seen, Queer Studies is a minor under the Department of Women's and Gender Studies in most universities, fittingly. It is a class, and sorry, but you and your tumblr queerphobes don't get to decide whether or not we get to use our own word and whether or not the class gets to exist, since your own existence thrives off of cutting chunks out of our history. You're not the queer police or the community gatekeeper, especially since you know so little about the community itself and its history.

I've tried to be factual about all of this, but at this point, now that I've said what I've needed to say, I'm going to be blunt.

Really? Being disabled is a privilege? Being trans is a privilege? I've never been hurt, mocked, or denied human rights? You're right. Having to defend myself, my friends, and my community against an ignorant 15 year old like you is a such a privilege. Being born into the wrong body and brain that's missing one of the most vital parts it needs to function brings me such joy. Looking into the mirror everyday and realizing that this is who I have to pretend to be because I can't live without the care of my queerphobic family who might abuse me further for being trans and ace or force me into conversion therapy in attempts to "make" me cisgender and straight is so fantastic. I love being like this. I love having to deal with flashbacks caused by PTSD every time I get into an argument with someone like you and have to be reminded of the people who abused me and emotionally conditioned me simply because you choose hatred and ignorance over common sense and education.
The only person who needs to get over themselves is you. I shouldn't have to reveal anything about myself to you to validate my argument, because being queer isn't the oppression olympics; and if it were, you'd be losing, so perhaps you should pay attention when others speak and listen for once.
Your identity is fake. Kin was invented by children off of tumblr and it doesn't exist. You're a human being, you're not a "furry", you're not a cartoon character, you're not anything else. You're human.
You're not only aphobic, but panphobic, queerphobic in general, and especially transphobic.
My identity as a transgender male is real. It's valid. The male gender and sex exists.
Your identity is fake because what you claim to identify as doesn't exist. You, a group of children, made up something that intentionally dehumanizes transgender people, and yet you have the fucking audacity to tell me that you're the ones dealing with oppression, and not actual trans people?
I fucking dare you to walk up to a trans person and tell us that we're not oppressed, and that we're faking it. I dare you to look us in the eyes and tell us that you think a made up club that believes they're all anime characters or non-existent creatures are the people facing real discrimination. 
You're facing "discrimination" because it's absurd. Because it's fake. Unnecessary. Annoying to everyone else who has to put up with you. Don't like it? Stop participating in something that never existed to begin with, stop contributing to a community that is mocking trans people. People literally say they don't believe being transgender is real because they say that people "identify as a dragon or something". People don't believe in my rights as a human being, or even in my existence, because kids like you are spreading misinformation that people can identify as whatever they want, even if it doesn't even exist. Being trans is not a choice. I am a human being and my identity is real. Shut the hell up with your oppression olympics and kin bullshit. Your fantasies affect my safety and my literal life because straight people, who vote on my rights, think you're trans and representation of what it means to be genderqueer and therefore that being trans is fake.
On top of invalidating my existence as apart of the community or even a human being, you have the nerve, at fifteen years old, as someone who has never been physically in the community and spends their entire lives on tumblr dot com, to tell me about sexualities you don't even understand, and to tell me whether or not you think they belong.
Guess what?
Your opinion doesn't matter. You screaming like little girl on the internet isn't going to change the fact that the acronym is LGBTQIA(P)+ and that the community has always included people of all sexualities and genders that differ from "cis" and "straight". You whining and attempting to insult me out of lack of having any real argument isn't going to change the fact that queer has been reclaimed and is an identity for most of us, and a label, used by everyone, to describe the community. Ace people, pan people, queer people, non-binary people were all at pride, because everyone there acknowledged we belong. Gilbert Baker created the flag for our pride and ours is easily one of the biggest in the United States (and if you knew any queer history you would know I'm talking about San Fransisco) and I know for a fact that this city is more real than anything you've convinced yourself you found online. You're just like the radical people you copy, and you have no real power over us. You're a hateful, ignorant child and you're not going to change our community. Know why? Because your morals are fake, easily disputed, come from a place of hate, and have never held any ground. And they never will. Because the only place where people like you attempt this kind behavior is online, because you know you can get away with it, and you know that it would never be legitimatized in the real world. You're never going to be legitimatized by any of us. If you were to even walk into your high school GSA and say "aces are cishet and don't belong in the community" or "pans are just glorified bisexuals" or "queer isn't an identity" you would be corrected, and, if you continued your immature behavior, you would be kicked from the community. You do not belong in our community. Your ignorance doesn't, your hate 
doesn't, your fake identity doesn't. You may be queer yourself but until you grow up and get over yourself and come to terms with reality people are not going to include you.

Especially if you try to tell the adults in your group, who have taken Studies, who have done plenty of research and know their history, and are very much queer themselves that they are wrong simply because you read something otherwise on the internet (that has already been disproven multiple times to begin with).

Do your research before coming online, picking through the comments on someone's page, and intentionally starting a fight with someone who actually knows what they're talking about, doesn't make up labels, and is a legitimate part of the actual community that exists in the real world.
I understand you're a kid, but seriously; grow up. Read some books. Get outside. Do something with your life. You're not going to have all this free time to start arguments on social media your whole life. If anything, you should be using your time to read up on the history you clearly don't know or understand. As much as I'd love to fix your misunderstandings, I can't, and if this long explanation isn't good enough for you, I'm sorry. I have a life to get back to. I may have given you some info to get started, but ultimately, you're the only person who can change your perception. It's not in my best interest to argue with you when your intent is not to learn, but only to fight. And if none of this get through to you, I simply wish you the best of luck. Once you're out of high school the realization that what you learned online was false is going to hit you very fast and others might end up running you over, you might even be attacked and accused of hate speech, or excluded from people you thought were your friends. Regardless, asexual, pansexual, non-binary and queer people are always going to be apart of our community, and if you want to be too, you're going to have accept this.
Again, you're the only person who can change your views and educate yourself on the diversity within the group and the history behind it. Good luck.
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2017
Let me make this very short and curt since you struggle with reading comprehension and lack a proficient grip on the English language.

Asexuality is a sexual orientation and has nothing to do with how much sex you're having, because, guess what, asexual people have sex. Asexuality only means you're not attracted to looks, and we have sex all the time, because the two have nothing to do with each other. Get over it. 
If you're too obtuse to be able to google the word "asexuality" you're definitely not able to tell other people what it is and isn't. Especially someone who's an adult, studied queer history, and whoa, actually fucking asexual.

At 17, you don't get to tell adults who actually participate in the community and know of its history what it means to be queer. Sorry.

I am trans, as I've said (and actually use the correct pronouns, and, unlike you, don't suggest people use them because I legitimately identity as male. If you're trans you would know gender dysphoria is real and pronoun validity is a thing.
I'm just gonna ignore talking about Stonewall because you're clearly transphobic and racist yourself for trying to take way their credit for literally creating the entire movement; letter placement is irrelevant, which was my point, anyway. You're the one trying to rearrange the acronym.
Trans people can be straight. As I've already said, sexuality has nothing to do with gender identity. Which you should know if you claim to be queer.

Maybe if you tried reading any of my comment you would understand, as I was very plain and clear in explaining this to you, but you are obviously more focused on hating a group of people than understanding them if you tell a legitimate, adult queer person they're an "annoying pest" for being educated and calmly explaining your errors to you.
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nubilou-s Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
sexuality
sɛkʃʊˈaləti/
noun
    • a person's sexual orientation or preference.
      plural noun: sexualities
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graffitiedwolf234 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
but its just a person not wanting to have a sexual relationship. thats not really a sexual orientation. an orientation is like lesbian (female aligned with female aligned), gay (male aligned with male aligned), bi (the two gender binaries) etc
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nubilou-s Featured By Owner Edited Jun 6, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
just because you're asexual doesn't mean you don't want a sexual relationship, its a lack of attraction, aka the need to. plus you kinda just called it a preference yourself :/

each asexual person is different and trying to sum it up like that doesn't work
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graffitiedwolf234 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Okay. Its still not an attraction to a certain gender. Its just lack of attraction. But ehh whatever.no point in arguing. My original comment is pretty old anyway.
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nubilou-s Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
doesnt matter. its still a sexuality
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(thank you)
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"Okay. Its still not an attraction to a certain gender. Its just lack of attraction." homie you realize orientations exist exactly to describe whom you're attracted to right? and asexual answers that question just fine: nobody (as far as sexual attraction goes). its pride month, can you restrain yourself from being an a hole to anyone who isnt cis/het at least for now?
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LynKofWinds Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2017
Mood??? I just tried talking to this person only to be yelled at. The Aphobia is real 🙃 If you don't want people to reply to you, don't comment on a public page. If you don't want people to explain it to you, don't ask a question and then get mad at someone who's actually ace as they try to help you. It's like rocket science or some shit. I hate people ugh
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^^^^^^
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Using!
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Using! tysm~
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Using! uwu
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Using ^^
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Chara-The-Charmander Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2016  Professional Artist
Using
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sinfulness-me Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016  Student Digital Artist
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:iconflame-productions:
Flame-Productions Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
using 
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:iconfrankiepinky:
frankiepinky Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm a asexual, thank you for making this!
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:iconits-ya-boi-whisper:
Its-Ya-Boi-Whisper Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2016  Student Digital Artist
yoosing
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:iconpastelxgalaxy:
pastelxgalaxy Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Using this and the panromantic one!
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:icondragon-butler:
Dragon-Butler Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am completely Aromantic Asexual, I have no interest in any kind of relationship whatsoever.

This is a nice stamp to see. (>^-^<)
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:iconprincesscrystal36:
PrincessCrystal36 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for made this ^^
This make feel happy
I'm Asexual
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:iconfipadi:
Fipadi Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Using ^^
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:iconfipadi:
Fipadi Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Using ^^
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:iconmelancholymustard:
melancholymustard Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you SO much for making this!!! Napstablook 
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:iconsmol-demon-child:
Smol-Demon-Child Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank <3
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:icondiechromatic:
Diechromatic Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2016
Gross
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:iconazure-heir:
Azure-Heir Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
If it's gross then why are you here? STEVEN WHY 
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:icondiechromatic:
Diechromatic Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016
Because AVEN and their flag are disgusting and tbh I feel like I need to point that out as many times as I can
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:iconazure-heir:
Azure-Heir Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Well, that's what you think.
I personally find AVEN and their flag to be good, as an asexual myself.

But each to their own-
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:icondiechromatic:
Diechromatic Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016
Asexuals are great.
AVEN shits on asexuals.
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:iconazure-heir:
Azure-Heir Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Can you tell me how AVEN shits on asexuals?
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:icondiechromatic:
Diechromatic Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016
Well first of all it's made by sexuals.
For sexuals.
Sexuals who think they qualify as asexual because they're ~not as promiscuous~
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:iconozmond20xx93:
Ozmond20XX93 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Like a sponge in the sea.
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:icontheliekmudkipz:
theliekmudkipz Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
I'm sorry that I'm probably bogging your notifications with my comments lmao


Your stamps are cute, I just love helping people learn.
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:iconsunbirds:
sunbirds Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2016
thank you!
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:icontheliekmudkipz:
theliekmudkipz Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome!! 
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