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Prevention.com — What's the Definition of Aromantic, and How Is It Different From Asexual?

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Roughly 1 percent of the population identify as aromantic and additional 0.7 percent indentifyas asexual, according to a 2016 study published in the Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling. But what does it actually mean to be aromantic and asexual? How do the two differ?

Oct 6, 2019  https://www.prevention.com/sex/relationships/a29366734/aromantic-definition/

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Homer

*sigh*

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Quasar.w

Since when did we go down in percentages?:huh:

I feel like the author tried to explain things but then again averaged over the whole community and missed the 'attraction' part sometimes... dunno

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