Hello, I’m a Dutch demisexual cis woman of indeterminate romantic orientation. I lived the first twenty-five years of my life (give or take) blissfully unaware that I had never been sexually attracted to anyone. Then I was. That was the kick-off for me discovering more about asexuality and my own orientation.

Read my earliest posts for what I felt upon learning about being ‘demi’. I stopped blogging for a long while when I became more settled in my orientation and entered a relationship. It felt too personal and too wonderful.

I’ve been back from that hiatus since the start of this year, and blogging on the topic again. My faith and my cultural background play a large role in my current posts.

For an idea of how my sexuality developed over the year, read Demisexual Body in Action. Otherwise, read and enjoy.



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