Asexuals are fighting for representation too

Discussion in 'Gay & Lesbian Rights' started by kazenatsu, May 21, 2018.

  1. Polydectes

    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    I'm not denying facts I'm denying common usage.



    all in the definition is, is coming usage.



    stating that I reject something you accept isn't an argument.



    okay this is bizarre when did I claim definitions are not common usage?

    I didn't say it was the only one I said it was the only one I accept.

    what claim have I made?
     
  2. Maquiscat

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    In this case, you denied that you made arguments. I cited the arguments you made. In one post you even said, "I argued..." So you are denying the fact that you made arguments.

    In all of your arguments that I presented, only once did you use the words, "I reject", and that was because I missed editing that line out. I didn't include the lines where you said "I reject.." because yes, that is not an argument. However, the line I did cite are arguments, especially when you said yourself that you had made arguments.

    Ok then, if definitions are common usage, and you reject common usage, then you reject that asexual means reproduction through mitosis, budding and other forms.

    Talk about not making sense. If you reject other definitions, then you are saying they don't exist or that they are wrong. As I said, you are rejecting reality.

    I cited quite a number of them above. You have done nothing to support those claims.
     
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  3. Polydectes

    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    So you are arguing about arguing with regard to a concept I reject?

    Seems a meaningful use of time.



    You delete the core of the subject to quibble about nonsense?

    You wonder why I dont take you seriously?



    :roflol:



    Don't play stupid.



    I have to support the claim that i reject something? I wouldn't knits how to support my rejection of something. I don't even know what that means.
     
  4. Maquiscat

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    Maybe I am missing something here. Are you saying that you are withdrawing all of your previous arguments and standing pat at rejecting the concept of asexual as a sexual orientation?
     
  5. Polydectes

    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    I never made any arguments.

    I simply reject stupidity.
     
  6. Maquiscat

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    Factually untrue.

    That aside, rejecting a concept does nothing towards facts. You can reject the concept of a spherical earth, but it won't change the fact that the earth is a sphere.

    Now I have repeatedly presented your arguments before you. If you don't wish to withdraw them, then support them. But I doubt you will do either.
     
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    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    well I argued about the stupid semantics but that's stupid and it's semantics. I never argued about whether or not asexual as a sexual orientation exist.

    So basically I didn't argue about a point. And because I find these retarded semantics arguments you enjoy so much to be retarded I abstain.
     
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    But then we already knew you had a proem with facts.
     
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    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    What facts?
     
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    You stated you never made a certain point. I quoted twice where you factually did. We're used to this by now.
     
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    Asexuality is not a sexuality, it's a shyness problem.
     
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    Shyness has nothing to do with having a lack of sexual attraction to anyone.
     
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    I would say otherwise. Shyness is simply shyness.

    People that call themselves asexual are really either simply disinterested in things off a sexual or wish to be disinterested.

    It's not sexuality it's the opposite asexuality means without sexuality. It is oxymoronic to say it is the thing it is the antonymn of.
     
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    Asexuality has nothing to do with a lack of sexual attraction to anyone.
     
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    And you respond to me without quoting me how Brave.
     
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    So I did. My apologies. I didn't catch that the quote hadn't gone in. It happens every so often with my phone, but I usually catch it. This time I didn't.

    Of course I noticed that you failed to address how I cited you saying exactly what you said you didn't say.
     
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    A sexual orientation indicates what you are attracted to. Be it all or some or none, it's still an orientation.
     
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    I have no interest in gacha games.

    I don't care about your pathetic little attempt to call me out on some off subject nonsense.

    Now if you want to talk about the subject I'm all ears if you want to piss and moan about nonsense I can listen to cats fight.
     
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    Even that undermines the term asexual as a sexual orientation.

    Because orientation indicates what you are attracted to if you are not attracted to anything there is no orientation.

    How can something be oriented to nothing that makes no sense
     
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    Don't make claims contrary that what you said earlier and I won't have anything to call you out on.

    Think of orientation as a meter. Bisexuals get a maxed out reading, heterosexuals get a positive reading, while homosexuals get a negative one (yeah, I know, not the best analogy, and I'm not using negative in the social sense here.). Asexuals get a null reading. It's still a reading and still a function of the measurement.
     
  23. Polydectes

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    Calling me out on some off-topic bologna is stupid.



    No it's not a meter it's more like a compass needle. 1 end points North the other points South.

    Bisexuals are disoriented people who have no orientation as in they have no sexual preference don't fit that analogy in the least.

    The needle of a compass can never not point at anything.
     
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    You mean like calling someone out for lacking a quote to your post? You seem to like calling people out on what they do, but not like it when you get called out for it.

    That aside, when you make a claim on the topic and then later try to claim you never did, pointing out that you did is certainly on topic. As is highlighting whenever you do the same action again, because it shows the pattern.

    Before I deal with the rest of this, let me make sure that I am understanding you correctly.

    Neither bisexuals nor asexual have any orientation? Only heterosexuals and homosexuals have an orientation?
     
  25. Polydectes

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    I really just made one mention of it. I'm not carrying on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on post after post after post after post after post.

    I saw your explanation I accepted it it was already forgotten you brought it back up. I don't understand why you have to carry on about it.

    if you were noticing this pattern and you think it's dishonesty stop talking to me I'm not going to change how I post because it sticks in your craw as a matter of fact I'm going to keep posting that way because it sticks in your craw.

    I like messing with Persnickety people it's funny to me.


    Asexual refers to an animal that produces without a male and a female. There is no such thing as an asexual human.

    I would say that bisexual people don't point to one or the other since that's what orientation is I would say that it is not technically an orientation.

    Now go dig up some dictionary definitions that explain, news and beat your chest as though you've proven me wrong and continue carrying on a discussion with me regardless of the fact that you believe you have proven me wrong. Or bitch about punctuation or continue herranging about linguistic stupidity.

    It's is your modus operandi.

    And I will continue telling you how stupid and nonsensical it is as is my modus operandi it's mildly entertaining to me.
     

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