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Your Tango — 11 Answers To Questions You’ve Wanted To Ask An Asexual Person

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So, I’m asexual.

 

What that means is that I form romantic attachments, but I have little-to-no interest in sex.

 

Yes, I appreciate the irony, given the questions that I’ve had on this column.

I hope the letter-writers got something out of the answers nonetheless.

To avoid answering everything on the AVEN website FAQ page, I went to Google and asked it to recommend some common search terms.

May 7, 2019 — https://www.yourtango.com/2019324205/what-is-asexuality-what-its-like-to-be-asexual-biromantic-or-demisexual-in-dating-and-relationships

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Nowhere Girl

This fragment is absolutely wonderful:

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Everyone’s sexual boundaries are valid, and if anybody tells you otherwise, I suggest they go sit on a cactus and spin.

 

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4. Why are asexuals discriminated against?

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Also, Hollywood seems to have a fondness for portraying us as deranged serial killers.

I think the comparison with Hannibal Lecter is a bit unfair – I don’t look nearly as nice in a suit.

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Anony-moose
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Asexual people can form romantic attachments, just like anybody else. 

Aromantic Aces: Ouch

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