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22nd Mar '15 8:32:30 PM Melkior
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More info, Religion and marriage and Heaven
17th Mar '15 12:26:13 AM TriumphantMagician
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17th Mar '15 12:26:02 AM TriumphantMagician
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15th Mar '15 9:50:02 AM cheriola
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14th Mar '15 9:49:43 PM cheriola
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Acatl states that he has desired several women in the past, he describes the smell of the sweat of young female dancers as "intoxicating", and he reacts towards that sex goddess (as well as a mortal woman in the second book who tries to be seductive to unsettle him) exactly as any heterosexual man would. He's annoyed about his reaction and her power abuse, but that doesn't change that he does feel the sexual attraction. He takes his obligation to be celibate very seriously, and his general sex drive seems low enough not to give him much trouble keeping his vows under normal circumstances, and he's maybe a little antisocial, but he's definitely not asexual.
14th Mar '15 9:39:36 PM cheriola
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Acatl states that he has "desired women" in the past, calls the sweat of young female dances "intoxicating", andand he reacts to that sex goddess (as well as a mortal woman trying to be seductive) just like any other heterosexual man, though he is annoyed about it. He's very serious about his obligation to be celibate, and his sex drive seems low enough not to give him much trouble with keeping his vows under normal circumstances, but he's definitely not asexual (i.e. never sexually attracted to anyone).
14th Mar '15 9:30:23 PM cheriola
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Aromantic people are perfectly capable of feeling love for their family, friends and non-romantic life-partners. They just don't feel romantic attraction and butterflies-in-the-stomach type infatuation. Being unable to love (i.e. care deeply about other people) is a symptom of Voldemort's psychopathy, and it's deeply insulting to equate that with aromanticism.
14th Mar '15 5:35:48 PM TriumphantMagician
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14th Mar '15 1:30:49 PM Ko-san
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13th Mar '15 10:10:02 PM TriumphantMagician
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