Asexual parents

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    Jul 07, 2016 8:21 PM GMT
    Q: Does anyone have asexual parents?
    A: My parents must be asexual or gay. I don't think they had sex other than to have me and my sister, which probably took a few tries. When they sleep together, they sleep oppositely oriented - one person's head next to the other person's feet. They gave up on that and now just sleep in separate rooms. My sister has been sleeping with my mom until she reached the age of 15. What's wrong with them?
  • mybud

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    Jul 07, 2016 8:39 PM GMT
    Honestly, it could be attributed to a lot of issues between them over many years, the key is to not let their sexual dysfunction mold your view regarding a healthy relationship.
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    Jul 07, 2016 9:57 PM GMT
    my husband's parents have always slept in separate rooms.
    they are deeply religious, little education, live in Idaho and have been loving and accepting parents to my husband and I.
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    Jul 08, 2016 12:01 AM GMT
    UMayNeverKnow saidQUESTION: What's wrong with them?

    ANSWER: They raised a busybody of a son.


    Their sexual relationship is none of your business. One or the other may have health issues you know nothing about. There are any number of reasons they seem to have little or no sex life. Are you with them 24/7? It's their relationship. If they are content that's all that matters. If they only have sex on their anniversary and they're happy with that, what business is it yours or anyone else's?

    Have they at least provided you with food, clothing, shelter, education - the basic necessities of life? If so, they've done right by you. That's more than a lot of kids get.

    Even if you knew the answer what would you do with the information? Counsel them?At only 20 years old do you have enough life experience to do so? MYOB and let them worry about THEIR relationship


    That's a long post. What's wrong with you?
  • FRE0

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    Jul 08, 2016 12:02 AM GMT
    My parents had separate beds from the time I was old enough to notice.
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    Jul 08, 2016 4:31 PM GMT
    My parents were always so much in love , holding hands , little pecks here and there , spending time in their bedroom and if my dad was working out of town , they always will talk on the phone ..
    My parents raised my brother and i with a very open mind , they told us : sex isn't dirty , colour of the skin doesn't dictate someone personality , and same sex love is real , love doesn't have an orientation ..
    When my mum passed from cancer at 45 yrs old , my dad never did date again , he just turned 90 yrs old a week ago , i asked him 2 years back why he never remarried , his answer " your mother was the love of my life " , i could never find place in my heart to replace her ..
    It brought tears to my eyes that day ...
    There is so much violence , disrespect and selfishness in our day to day world , it is so sad ....
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    Jul 08, 2016 4:47 PM GMT
    UMayNeverKnow saidWhat's wrong with them? ANSWER: They raised a busybody of a son... at least provided you with food, clothing, shelter, education - the basic necessities of life? If so, they've done right by you Even if you knew the answer what would you do with the information... What's wrong with you?

    well honey we are ugly today
    parents are best to structure a family household as best they can. Dosnt cost any extra to setting a loving accepting example of family life. Than the children might be less inclined to troll a gay forum later in life with junk attitude.

  • Jul 08, 2016 6:24 PM GMT
    mybud saidHonestly, it could be attributed to a lot of issues between them over many years, the key is to not let their sexual dysfunction mold your view regarding a healthy relationship.


    Well said and so true!
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    Jul 08, 2016 7:38 PM GMT
    I like separate bedrooms.
  • trvlmscl

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    Jul 09, 2016 1:58 PM GMT
    bon_pan saidI like separate bedrooms.


    I prefer separate dwellings icon_smile.gif
  • Dynamo_spark

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    Jul 10, 2016 5:46 AM GMT
    Just be thankful they are still together, I assume they are. Seems to me they may have had an indifference at one stage. They may have decided on divorce, but in order not to break up a structured family, decided on a sort of seperation. There is a joke where a marriage reaches the 'Fuck You Stage'. When they are happily married they pass each other in the passage, exchange kisses and say 'Love you!'. As the marriage grows stale, they pass each other in the passage and say, 'Fuck you'.
  • Apparition

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    Jul 13, 2016 1:09 AM GMT
    trvlmscl said
    bon_pan saidI like separate bedrooms.


    I prefer separate dwellings icon_smile.gif


    did that for over a decade. lived at the end of the block. moved in together and it was doomed.
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    Jul 13, 2016 3:18 AM GMT
    My dad died when i as a kid... Mom never remarried, never dated... As far as i know she was asexual til she died...