on 04:33PM at Jan 16th, 2013
i was just wondering if asexuals can be hormonal? i never do so it's weird when i talk to my friends who are like 'yeah i just started bawling for no reason' is this an asexual thing or a me thing?
on 09:48PM at Apr 6th, 2013
Everyone is hormonal or you would probably be in the hospital under close watch. Because you don't feel hormonal doesn't mean you are not. You just may be used to your hormones or your endocrine system may secrete hormones at such a low level that they just may not affect your mood in a noticeable way.
It's not an asexual thing at all. It is normal and happens to people who have sex too. Just some people do not express or feel emotions and some people do. Hormones do not always equate to crying. You may have more testosterone in your system which makes you more prone to aggression instead of sadness. So you may be hormonal in that way.
Hormonal simply means that your hormones are being secreted into the bloodstream. Which hormone is being secreted is what indicates whether or not you cry or become aggressive or not. The endocrine system is really interesting to read about. In my anatomy and physiology class, that was one of my favorite areas of the body.
ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell, a gland, or an organ in one part of the body that affects cells in other parts of the organism."
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