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  SM79  |  6

LGBT= Lesbian, Gay, Bisexualy Transexual.
I know people who are asexusl and are not queer in any way. So no, you can claim asexuality is part of LGBT all you want, I will still disagree. Have a lovely evening.


Also, literally the first three you named are sexualities, of who they are attracted to, asexuality is literally the lack of sexual attraction, and you're right someone who is asexual doesn't have to be queer or claim to be, or engage in the community, but they're still asexual.

  Regis Bent  |  11

Sometimes normalcy can be fun my work week is fairly action pack and abnormal and I dig the weekends with my SO where I have a couple days of normalcy. When it comes to sexuality though, anyone can do or not do what they want as long as it doesn't involve maiming or involve someone who doesn't want to be involved.

By  Chazzster  |  21

I am no psychologist, but I think there is a whole range of possibilities to explain your feelings or lack thereof. The explanation could range from true asexuality, to being in denial about your true orientation, to lack of a prior good and fulfilling sexual experience, or to being religiously or socially conditioned to be repelled by sexuality.

You have a right to be you and live your life the way the way you chose, as long as you don’t infringe on others rights to live their lives their own way - Just like everyone else does. If you really think you are missing out on something - I suggest seeing a qualified psychologist or a counselor who can help you decide what you really want out of life. Be aware that not all psychologists are a good fit for every patient just as not all physicians are a good fit for every patient. So don’t give up if the first one doesn’t seem to understand you.

  1known  |  29

You can also not be attracted by sex for another simple reason: you have other things in your mind. Could be positive like you’re focused on an important project.
Could be negative, like you struggle to make ends meet. Or depression.

But +1 for the rest of the comment.

By  SM79  |  6

Some people are just asexual and have no desire for sex. There's nothing wrong with that. It just reduces the number of potentially compatible partners.

By  DarkAngelsBlade  |  25

No that's normal, for asexual people. You're asexual, (or at least very specifically picky and haven't found it yet) congrats! Don't fret. If you enjoy the sex without the drive for it, nothing has to change. But don't feel pressure to have sex just because others want to.

By  Lora Wood  |  10

If you are on the pill that may be the problem. If not rejoice, you are FREE.