Salutations EveryoneMy name is Peanut, I am new here.
I suppose I should tell a little about myself, though I am never sure exactly what to type in these situations as I am very introverted, at least in real life. I live in Texas, born and raised. I suppose to make it easier to explain myself, i should post a label. Well, I am a heterodemilithromantic asexual male. If you don't what all that means, I don't blame you, it is the simple beauty of social normalities being too confusing. I will post more about what it means below. I cannot say that I hope to meet new people, but that I hope to make new friends. When I type the word friends, I mean a person that I have deep connections with aside from common interests, someone who i know well enough as they know me to understand each other. I have very few of these, but I enjoy every one. I would say compared to the social norm, I am different than most, but i am sure everyone sees themself the same way. I often hide my true self in real life as to blend in almost flawlessly to appear normal to my current enviroment. I honestly cannot say how I really am, because how I really am is purely up to the perception of the person whom I am interacting with. I will say that I do draw lines to which I will adapt to in socializing, however, I always hold my same values regardless of the situation.
Likes: Psychology, fitness, (some) video games, martial arts, nature, plants, Zen, meditation.
Dislikes: Arguments over religion and/or politics(everyone has their own opinion, let us agree to disagree), social normalities, biscuit canisters(Scare the crap out of me, no joke).
Lithromantic: Lithromantics are individuals who experience romantic love but do not desire their feelings to be reciprocated. Lithromantic people may want to avoid dating and romantic relationships entirely, or may be comfortable with such a relationship or even desire it, as long as their love is not returned in a romantic way. (Some lithromantics may even accept reciprocated love, but do not require it to find a relationship fulfilling, as most romantics do.) <--Me.
Asexual: An asexual is someone who does not experience sexual attraction. Unlike celibacy, which people choose, asexuality is an intrinsic part of who we are. Asexuality does not make our lives any worse or any better, we just face a different set of challenges than most sexual people. There is considerable diversity among the asexual community; each asexual person experiences things like relationships, attraction, and arousal somewhat differently.
Thank you all for reading,