• 15-year-old: I'm asexual
  • People: You're too young to know that
  • 20-year-old: I'm asexual
  • People: You're too young to know that
  • 25-year-old: I'm asexual
  • People: You're too young to know that
  • 30-year-old: I'm asexual
  • People: You're probably going through menopause really early

The whole “Once you meet the right one..” thing is the misconception about asexuality i hear most often, so i’d like to say something about it: No, the right one will not cure it. The right one will love and respect me and therefore not force me to have sex.

Did Pride make you feel political about your sexuality? “It made me feel that people have to stop talking about the difference between people. The difference between England and Ireland, men and women, middle class and working class people, gay and straight people… It’s endless. People are more similar than we think. That is a political ideal I think. I feel enormously positive, maybe I’m too optimistic, but I think this film will change attitudes. One of the reviews said it’s a film that makes you want to punch the air - and that’s exactly how Pride made me feel.” - Andrew Scott

(via puppyeyedandrewscott)

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