Watching a documentary about asexuals on netflix. Unbelievably, as a homosexual, I had no idea people actually identified as asexual. I want to believe they have some repressed desire, some morbid past, or that they are gay but do not want to admit it. However, I do not want to be judgemental.
Apparently, a lot of asexuals don’t even kiss. Though, some are in relationships. Even with “sexuals.” How does that work? I’m so confused!
Can asexuals fall in love?
They identify asexual as a sexual preference, but it is hard to not hate that very idea considering their sexual preference is just “no.” Not no preference because that is bisexual. Just a solid “no.” Could it even be considered an orientation?
Asexuals want to be recognized in the LGBT community, what do you think?
If you want to watch the documentary, it is called (A)sexual directed by Angela Tucker. It was actually really good.