Dating an asexual person
The question I would keep in mind here is "what do you most want out of a sexual relationship? Some of us (relatively few, but they totally exist) actively like sex.Most of us are neutral on the subject, with varying levels of willingness to be persuaded by a partner on occasion. You'll need to talk to her about that - this article is a pretty decent resource.https://prismaticentanglements.com/2012/03/28/how-to-have-sex-with-an-asexual-person/I totally get that it can be hard to get your head around someone caring about you romantically and still not being into you sexually.
(You are, and it's not.) My boyfriend and I had and still have a ton of conversations on that front.Because of these logistical issues, we can only see each other one or two times per month, and i almost always drive to her. She said she didn't feel comfortable doing it in her family's house or she has work in the morning, etc.Turns out she thinks she's asexual and everything else was just an excuse.Earlier this year i met a girl and we immediately hit it off.
She and i live fairly far apart (minimum hour drive) and have pretty busy schedules. All the reasons above were used as the reason why we rarely have sex.
I'm a really sexual person and love being intimate with women I care about.