I think being a shameless publicity whore who cannot live without seeing your name in the papers probably is a mental disorder though...
An asexual person is someone who "does not experience sexual attraction,” the Asexual Visibility and Education Network outlines, emphasising the difference between asexuality and celibacy, which is a “choice to abstain from sexual activity”.
She might not experience sexual attraction, but a camera lens is clearly a lamp to her moth...
Does she have sexual desire, though?
‘Yes, but not towards other people. Let’s just say asexual people still have libidos and functioning bodies… would orgasming feel better if someone else was involved? No.
So she's just a useless w...
No, no, this is a family blog!
I was asexual in my early life, right up until my teens, then for about the same length of time I was celibate, mostly.
Now in my dotage I fear I am celibate again, going on asexual.
Can I put down my deteriorating mental condition to this?
It hardly matters, it's behind the Indie's paywall, which means than less than 5 people will ever read it
I miss the days when one’s sexual orientation or lack thereof was part of one’s private life not social identity.
I am not interested in many things - but I don't feel the need to tell others about them.
Just tell your friends that you are single because you don't want to get married and leave it be.
Who are these people she thinks think that being asexual is a mental disorder? I rather doubt that 99.9999% of the population give it a nano-second of thought.
"It hardly matters, it's behind the Indie's paywall, which means than less than 5 people will ever read it"
One of those being the author's mother!
"I miss the days when one’s sexual orientation or lack thereof was part of one’s private life not social identity."
Oh, god, me too!
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