Asexuality is the term used to describe asexuality, which is when a person is sexually attracted to people of the same sex but not attracted to other people of that sex.
It is defined as a “sexual orientation or identity”.
It is a complex concept and there are many different ways to be an auser.
Asexual people often use the term to describe themselves, while people who are asexual do not.
The term was coined by British gay writer and activist David Cameron, who in 2007 said he was an “introverted an asexaphobe”.
Asexual men also use the terms anaphylactics, asexual-feminists, and aromantic to describe people who do not identify as male or female.
In the United States, a majority of people who identify as asexual are bisexual, but the term has become increasingly used by asexual people.
There are also a number of variations of the term.
Some terms refer to the experience of being attracted to one sex but in a different way.
Other terms refer more broadly to the feelings of attraction that people have for others of the sex in question.
The word bisexual is often used to refer to asexuals who have never been in a relationship, but this is not the case for everyone.
Many people identify as bisexual because of their sexuality and feel they have an intrinsic connection to both sexes.
They also identify as heterosexual, gay, straight, or transgender.
Other people have a different sense of their sexual identity and feel a need to be in a romantic relationship with someone who is not a member of their sex.
Some people have an aversive sexual experience and want to be able to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.
The person may be asexual but not necessarily feel attracted to anyone in particular.
Other asexualities include those who are gay, bisexual, pansexual, or asexual.
The terms are often used interchangeably.
Some asexual organisations are also using the terms, such as aqueen, queer, and agender, but these terms are not used interchangely.
Some describe themselves as a sexual minority, but are not.
This includes people who prefer to not be called asexual because it can be perceived as demeaning.