well that doesn't really prove much. it could be statistically linked and still have exceptions, the same way there are people who smoke for years but never get cancer. maybe it is, maybe it isn't, I wouldn't be suprised given some of the other aspects of ASD
Wow, I find it interesting that you too are asexual. Here I thought it was kind of a rarity for people to have. Do you have a romantic preference, or are you completely aromantic, asexual, out of curiousity?
Not exactly. Asexuality is hard to explain in simple terms. The basic universal is usually that we are not attracted to either sex (including their body features) and for some, a lack of wanting to have sex (to me, its a major turn off). Some are also "aromantic" meaning they don't care for a partner of any kind as well (which I also fall under this) but some asexual do have partners, but love them for other reasons outside of sexual attraction and reasons. Also, allot of asexuals do feel sexual urges, but their usually redirected in other places (for me, its the "fetishes" I have, such as AB/DL, Macro/Micro, etc. ).
well in that case i am asexual too. i wouldn't really call myself that though considering i still want to feel deeply intement with someone. The human body is disgusting and i think a lot of people feel that.
Not all asexuals are "aromantic" as I am. As I mentioned, there's some asexuals that are in relationships but their usually built purely on the personally of the other person and not sexually related at all.
Also, I don't think the body is "disgusting" at all. Just for some reason, sex is a turn off to me and I can't even really explain why that's the case. Also, as obviously mentioned, I am not attracted to women or men, and the bodies or parts of the body that heterosexuals or homosexuals would be. Thus why I am asexual. Also, BTW, people can't just choose to be asexual just like people can't just choose to be homosexual (the anti-gay religious types would disagree but their on the wrong on that).