In today’s society, sexual desires are constantly growing from generation to generation, and this means that emotional relationships are becoming less frequent. There is a lack of trust between couples and spouses, and intimacy has become more of a pleasure than a bond.
But there are still people out there that believe sexual intercourse is meant to be used for an emotional connection. These people need to develop chemistry and a connection before they feel comfortable giving up their body. These people are called Demisexuals.
You are probably thinking that there is a direct relation to the term homosexual, but there is not. To find out more about what it means to be demisexual, read on.
What is Demisexual: Demisexual falls under the asexual spectrum. But being asexual is defined as having no interest in having any sexual intercourse. Demisexuals are more than capable of sexual attraction, but only for certain circumstances. But what separates demisexuals from the rest of society is that they are not only interested in having sexual intercourse with one person, but they have absolutely no desire to have it with anyone else.
You might be thinking “everyone is tempted at some point”, but for someone who is demisexual, that temptation is absent. If you are now wondering if you or your spouse/partner is demisexual, look for the following signs.
Relationships Start With Friendship: If you look back into your past relationships, you will notice that all your exes started out as friends before you both became a couple. Your main focus was getting to know them and building an emotional connection before you took the next step.
You’re Sometimes Repulsed By Sexual Intercourse: This sign can be sometimes confused with being asexual, but you know you enjoy intimacy, just in certain situations. Mainly the idea of sexual intercourse will repulse you when you begin to think of the hookup culture we have steered off to.
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