People are allowed to be repulsed by sex.
People are allowed to be uncomfortable with nudity.
People are allowed to be uncomfortable with genitalia, their own or others.
There are so many reasons why people may feels this way, from…
Really? really? you ask for acceptance and then say you are going to scream because I say it’s ok to like sex so make sure not to shame those who do? I reblogged your post because I agree with your original post wholeheartedly.
Ok here is the thing. The issue with the comment you added and many people who added virtually identical comments is that it is making this assumption that asexual and sex repulsed people think it is ok to tell “shame” sexual people. Honestly, the vast majority of them don’t. It isn’t asexual people who are sex-shamers. It isn’t survivors who are sex-shamers. Primarily because they are too busy dealing with the world telling them that they are wrong/broken/frigid/prudes/just need to get fucked/need to find the right man etc etc. Additions like yours while completely true, simply serve to derail the conversation and make it about sexual people. This post isn’t about people who want to have sex, it’s a post to support people who don’t. Your comment is uneccessary and only serves to reinforce the idea that people who don’t like or want sex are boring prudes out to spoil everyones fun. This assumption is a really damaging one and leads to a lot of nastiness to asexual people and others who don’t want sex. Leave this kind of comment for posts that are actually about sex shaming, in this context is irrelevent and serves to re-inforce harmful ideas.