If after reading the definition of asexuality you are divided between disbelief “No sex!”And a depressing” Perini, all of life alone “, I will surprise you by saying that some asexual people have sex and establish relationships, even with non-asexual.
Being asexual, in fact, does not mean at all to be cold and detached people!
If you now think that you are taking it for a ride, take a minute to reread the definition of asexuality. An asexual person lacks sexual attraction towards others and others, but in several cases not in libido, even if often our sexual desire (if any) is very low.
Just to give you an idea, personally I find the masturbation pleasant, but if in the meantime I received a delicious smell of pizza, we would not hesitate to leave the stimulation in half and go to eat pizza (after cleaning the hands, quiet!).
What kind of relationships do asexual people establish?
As for relationships, the asexual are divided between those who want a romantic (romantic or romantic) and those who want a non-romantic or none (aromatic or aromatic).
A romantic relationship (which, depending on the orientation, can be heteroromantic, omoromantic, biro mantic or pan romantic) arises from an abstract romantic desire, which when it becomes concrete becomes a romantic attraction towards one or more people.For the furry sex games this is the perfectin each deal.
- By romantic attraction we mean more or less everything that is not sexual attraction: sympathy, good looks, and so on.
- The aromatic people, on the other hand, do not feel romantic attraction towards anyone.
Within the asexual community there is a long and wide debate about what exactly defines a romantic relationship and it happens that the aromatic people are accused of being an affective or unable to have deep relationships like those of love.
However, the point is precisely that those who define themselves as an aromatic person establish deep relationships on criteria other than romantic ones and it is unjust to measure their affection without first having understood their specifics.
But there are also many other nuances, which I mention briefly here and I will go into more detail later: there are intermediate positions between aromatic and romantic people (the greyromantiche and demiromantiche , which feel romantic attraction only after having established an emotional connection), as well as between those who are asexual and non-asexual ( gray people, who occasionally experience sexual attraction, and those who are demigods , who experience sexual attraction only to those with whom they have formed a stronger, often romantic) bond.
Are you non-asexual and do you feel confused by these terms and concepts? Think a little about how an asexual person can feel surrounded by people who take for granted the feeling of attraction and sexual desire.