DESCRIPTION: By Valja, March 3, in Questions about Asexuality. The problem is that I was called a special snowflake by a friend and I wonder if Asexuals are special snowflakes knows about me being ace. To say say it in a nice way someone is implying that you're unique and this person feels some affection for you.Sandro Rukhi: P.S. l'm mad that l have l Want It That Way stuck in my head now.
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People often accuse me of having a special snowflake identity, even more so than my fellow asexuals in the community. I have such a uniquely. Read 5: Being Asexual from the story Essays of a Special Snowflake by TheNewSappho (bisexuali-tea) with reads. lgbtq, asexual, lgbtqia. A/NI wrote this. I wonder if you know more about the term special snowflake, Ive now about asexual people is; the women are special snowflakes or they are.
By Valja, March 3, in Questions about Asexuality. The problem is that I was called a special snowflake by a friend and I wonder if she
Asexuals are special snowflakes about me being ace. To say Asexuals are special snowflakes it in a nice way someone is implying that you're unique and this person feels some affection for you. To say it in a mean way someone is implying you're attention-seeking and think you deserve special treatment above other people.
It's not an ace specific term. It's usually an insult but could also be an endearment. Moophie summed it up
Asexuals are special snowflakes. Calling someone a special snowflake is usually a way of that person saying that whatever your trying to do is just a way to be seen a special and different. Aces are often called special snowflakes because people think we're faking and are really straight, gay, or bi but are hiding it and coming up with a new sexuality in order to be different and special, but this term can apply to many circumstances where the person thought you were just trying to be different for the sake of being special, which I doubt was the case.
I really hate this phrase, because it invalidates the experiences of others by Asexuals are special snowflakes that they're just trying to be different and that that's not really Asexuals are special snowflakes they are, but the reality is that every single person is special, we are all the human equivalents of snowflakes, beautiful and unique in our own way.
So why call someone a special snowflake in such a mean and venomous way? Can't we just let people be who they are? If said sweetly though it could be a nice term. The subject will never state that
Asexuals are special snowflakes is better, but it is implied, as is the belief that she is rare in her qualities, despite, in reality, being an only slightly less common cliche.
You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. Even used as a term of endearment, I see it as an insult. And my friends know it. We really only use it when someone is being incredibly dumb as a way to say "hey, you're being an idiot, you want to come back to your senses? I've not had it applied to my sexuality, but I'd see it the same way. It invalidates the things I'm saying, or feels like Asexuals are special snowflakes person
Asexuals are special snowflakes it doesn't recognize what I'm saying as valid.
I mentioned this to my friend as I saw this, and she agreed that it's a form of invalidation. However I think some have been using it incorrectly to just mean anyone who is in a "Minority" group. Its primary use as an insult is to be a silencing tactic. That sounds a tad too harsh for my taste.
A buddy of mine turned gear headed cyclist. My approach to understanding that spleen was having him figure out that he is paying half his gold for bicycle anti-matter. Which triggered a "wow! Back to folks sexualities: I hate the term "special snowflake" now cause it's loaded with so many negative
Asexuals are special snowflakes now.
Be unique, but not more unique than me! Besides, calling myself asexual isn't meant to put myself on a pedestal. I want it to be considered a normal orientation. I couldn't have said this better myself. These points are exactly why I dislike the term so much. When the privileged feel threatened by something they deem as 'not real' or 'imaginary' they tend to view that group as whiney, or wanting attention.
The crux of it is that most people being called special snowflake just want to be treated like everyone else, which is anything but special. Snowflakes aren't actually special, they all look the same when they form in the atmosphere according to Adam Ruins Everything. I didn't know what it meant but thought it sounded like a compliment and that everyone is unique and that others just pretend they are like everyone else to avoid unwanted attention and confrontation for being themselves.
I think special snowflake is kinda an insult because whether its used as endearment or not its basically the speaker making fun of you. Its almost like if you have a intellectual disability and then someone says "you're acting retarded" The term Special Snowflake is used as an insult to describe people who seek attention, think they are more important, want to be known as the victim of society looking for pity, and try to be as unique as possible.
Transtrenders people who pretend to be transgender are the popular examples. LGBT people are often called that. I personally don't like the term special snowflake at all, it's just an endearment and not exactly a compliment.
It's an insult and form of invalidation that I find extremely abhorrent. But identity is identity. Some people are open about their sexuality and others aren't; asexuals are no different. Besides, using the term "special snowflake" for openly asexual people only cements the idea that asexuality is still an alien concept to some. Moreover, I'm both bothered by the term because it's a personal attack, and because it's a covert way for someone to say they're not open-minded enough to accept that some people are different and want to express it - but the person doesn't even realize it.
Sincerely, I had enough with this. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Asexuals are special snowflakes have account?
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As soon as she picked up that digital camera and bought some vans she caught Special Snowflake Syndrome. If you take it as a term of endearment, more power to you.
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When to stop being aloof and be forgiving and move forward?Read 5: Being Asexual from the story Essays of a Special Snowflake by TheNewSappho (bisexuali-tea) with reads. lgbtq, asexual, lgbtqia. A/NI wrote this. Anonymous said: I've never understood people who said that ace people have this 'special snowflake syndrome'. Just because you can't understand it, doesn't..
It seems to me that hip sexualities are being coined quotidian. In my opinion , demisexuality and asexuality are not authentic sexualties. Demisexuality is described as, a person must feel an emotional connection with a fellow before they feel a procreant attraction to that person. So, if what I believe the world to be, then the majority of the world is demisexual. Being asexual means you can reproduce without a accomplice, and I know what being asexual means in humans.
Whether you define it as the fourth sexuality or as a lack of sexuality, I cause nothing wrong with people incomplete a word to describe themselves if they cannot describe themselves any other way. Moving on, the definition of polysexual and pansexual confuses me greatly.
This post was submitted by Geoffrey C. People often accuse me of having a special snowflake identity, even more so than my fellow asexuals in the community. I know that some aces, like me, tend to have to go into impromptu education mode.
Imagine that ten times over. Instead of even waiting for you to ask what my identifiers even mean, before you can even give me that stare, signaling to me that you are confused, I will start explaining what I am.
Though I may pass as a gay cisgender man, I am actually an AMAB assigned male at birth agender, androromantic graysexual. I am romantically attracted to men, trans men, or masculine people.
Let's debunk some myths about identity labels, shall we? I get a warm feeling when I see the word “asexual” in someone's bio. So when, after. Read 5: Being Asexual from the story Essays of a Special Snowflake by TheNewSappho (bisexuali-tea) with reads. lgbtq, asexual, lgbtqia. A/NI wrote this. We're all special snowflakes. Being asexual sucks because society thinks we' re liars or have a disorder, I would be sitting next to the asexual flag but still.