Not a sign of being a sociopath.These Podcasts Are Paving the Way for Aromantic and Asexual Representation https://www.them.us/story/aromanticism-asexuality-podcasts?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=onsite-share&utm_brand=them&utm_social-type=earned via @themAdd to the list of things that have gone downhill RE: A11y, Fitbit. I cannot accept their terms of service using their app with #VoiceOver.Just cancelled my Uber Eats pass. Their interface is to inconsistent from an #A11y standpoint with VoiceOver to be loyal.Doctor wants me to keep track of my sleep cycle, so here comes my first Fitbit in 3 years…Replied to
In true aromantic fashion, Sarah spends this episode questioning why anyone would date in high school. Who has the time when you have to go to gymnastics?! https://t.co/3nDwPdOoT9
I just want you to know that reading a book could be considered a date if one of you is reading to the other. I enjoy being read to.I’m pretty sure Google Hangouts has become the new Skype in that it attracts spammy people… No great loss, since I wasn’t using it anyway, but yikes.If you’re on a dating app for Asexuals, and you’re honestly surprised why the person you’re talking to isn’t married and/or doesn’t have children, I’m left wondering if you’re aware of the community you’re interacting with. I know some Aces are married and do have children, but to not have those things should not warrant a person to feel like we need to explain the lack of a partner or offspring in our own community.I just broke contact with a woman from a dating app because she said she doesn’t work and wants a serious guy to take care of her. If it’s wrong to want a partner that can take care of themself, then I don’t wanna be right.