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IN LGBT ON 10 Feb, 2016
Asexuality, not a lot of people know about this. While the world is fighting for the rights of homosexuals, transgenders and others this group of human sexual orientation stay away from all of this. This term describes the sexual orientation of people who don't feel sexually attracted to others.
People with asexuality are no different. The simple difference is they don't feel sexually attracted and don't enjoy the activity of intercourse. This little-known term is often thought about as a taboo and there are various myths associated with it. Let's talk about things that are just mere myths.
Well, they are not. Biologically their reproductive organs function perfectly but they don't enjoy the act of sex.
It is not a medical condition and hence the question of treatment is kinda lame.
Asexuals do not feel sexually attracted. However, that doesn't mean they are not capable of lovong people around them.
Just No! It is perpetual and they are always not interested in $ex.
There is no way an asexual person will turn sexual once they have $ex. That's the whole point, they don't enjoy sex.
$ex and love are completely different things. They can feel a full spectrum of romantic feelings without the need of intercourse.
They have normal or high libido as anyone else, only the aspect is that they do not enjoy sexual intercourse.
From releasing tension to the pleasure of orgasm, asexuals can be involved in masturbation.
This is not always the case. Not all asexuals have a history of sexual assaults. They are born this way.
It is not suppressing one's sexual desires like celibacy. It's simply a choice of life.
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