Getting Real About What It Really Means to Be Asexual


Originally published on Everyday Feminism.

“I don’t feel like I’m alone anymore.”

Do you know what it means to be asexual?

Many people don’t – or at most, they have some idea that asexuality involves a lack of sexual attraction.

But that doesn’t necessarily capture the full experience of life as an asexual person. So for a better idea of what it really means to be asexual, or on the ace spectrum, check out this video from Refinery29.

This is one person’s story of discovering their asexual identity, finding ace community, and more – and hopefully, sharing it can help more asexual people realize they’re not alone.


Stay away from both Clintons and you’ll be ok. They lookin for another purple-haired slave now that Donna ratted.

Stick Your Proof In My Pudding
Stick Your Proof In My Pudding

What an inspiring story. I had no idea asexual persons were called “Aces” – pretty clever hehe.

One thing I don’t understand though is that xhe has a “partner”. Is the companionship completely non-physical (though I did see xer cuddling with and rubbing xis head in a shared bsd)?

People from big cities are so great. Glad she is making things happen for Aces in NYC. It is very important to have support and seek out others that are similar to you.

Make my votes count
Make my votes count

Holy crap. A woman who would rather cuddle than bang. I just learned my wife is not frigid like I thought, she must be asexual.
Thank you for this informative article.


Errr…I can confirm she is not asexual and certainly not frigid.

Sometimes it’s best to come clean.

😐 Sorry.


AT’s staff writers must be covering Antifa. Today’s protest march of fruits and nuts is a raging success so far….. Bwaaaaaaa, haaaa haaaaa haaaaaa

Black Lives Matter

I’ll make that bitch sexual again.