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this game reflects the personal experiences of myself and other demisexuals with whom I had the pleasure of speaking to and knowing

it is by no means comprehensive or meant to represent demisexuals as a whole or a homogenous group / queer subculture

demisexuality is weird, fluid, and liminal, its own existence transcending and screwing with its own label

if anything demisexuality resists proper definition and challenges the notion of what queerness can or can’t look like

how can we define it then? how can we draw lines in the sand so that we can say “oh it’s this” or “oh it’s that?”

simple. we don’t.

we just give ourselves into this non-euclidean collective universal force that is somehow both allosexual and asexual while also being nothing of the sort

if you don’t get it, that’s okay. 

demisexuals probably don’t either.


a submission to "What's So Cool About Jam" and based off Jared Sinclair's "What's So Cool About Outer Space?"

CategoryPhysical game
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(7 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
Tagsasexual, demisexual, lyric, postmodern, Queer, solo, Story Rich, Tabletop, wsca


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what a beautiful piece!




I've come round to the opinion that I am Sapiosexual, not Demisexual, (much like this AutoCorrect, apparently) but it's a constant tug of war between the two, isn't it?


Sexuality is suuuuper complex so yeah!


Thank you my friend


This begins to feel like a Greek Circus of Eros.

At any rate, I was looking for a word to describe my tendencies, in addition to sapeosexuality. So: thanks.

That being said, though: I don't know why it needs a flag. [shrugs.]



Thanks a lot for talking about demisexuality!! :)