Another IsfjHello all,
I recently took a personality test and it was concluded that I am an ISFJ, which after researching much on personalities, I would say is the most accurate. I would say as far as others go, I am more introverted than most, at least in real life situations. Online, I am much more active in communication as I am active on at least three different forums daily. I would say that the most interesting aspect of an ISFJ is that many are in favor of giving more than recieving, which would explain my romantic orientation. I am what is known as a demilithromantic, which means that in a relationship, I like to love, care for, and provide for my love interest, but do not require them to feel the same way about me, or love, care for, or provide for in the same way as I do them. I will post the full synopsis below. If sexuality is brought up, I will say that I am asexual, which means that I have no interest in having sexual intercourse with anyone as I never have any desire to. Again, I will post a full synopsis below. So, I hope to meet others, learn new experiences, and build my knowledge.
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,
ThePeanutTerminator 18-21 3 Responses 1 Apr 22, 2012