A short video, covering the basic things anyone should know about asexuality.
Things you should know about asexuality:
Asexuality is a sexual orientation. Asexual people don’t feel sexual attraction.
There are at least 75 million asexual people in the world. That’s more than the population of France.
Asexual people are called “aces”.
Aces are part of the LGBTQ Community.
Asexuality is a spectrum. The ace spectrum includes demisexuality and gray-asexuality. Demisexual people require a strong emotional bond before feeling sexual attraction. Gray-asexual people rarely or situationally feel sexual attraction.
There are ace spectrum pride flags:
Asexual: [Black, gray, white, purple horizontal stripes.]
Gray-asexual: [Purple, gray, white, gray, purple horizontal stripes.]
Demisexual: [Horizontal white and gray rectangles with a thinner purple stripe between them, and a black triangle on the left side, pointing to the right.]
You can have sex and be asexual.
You can be in a relationship and be asexual.
You can want kids and be asexual.
You can be a man and be asexual.
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It’s about attraction, not action.
The asexual experience is individual and personal.
Asexuality is natural.
Asexuality is normal.
Asexuality is valid.
The most important thing you should know about asexuality:
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For more information, visit whatisasexuality.com or asexualityarchive.com