Asexual Identities

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Asexuality – An orientation describing those who do not experience sexual attraction, but can experience other types of attraction.

Demisexual – Those who only experience sexual attraction after forming an emotional connection. (Demiromantic – is a term which can be used to refer to those who have the potential to experience romantic attraction after they have formed an emotional connection).

Grey-asexual – Those who identify between asexual and sexual on the sexuality spectrum. This can be seen as an umbrella term and can include, but is not limited to: those who do not normally experience sexual attraction but do experience it sometimes; those who experience sexual attraction but at a level so low it is generally not noticed or acted upon and those who feel sexual attraction but only under very specific or limited conditions.

If you have any questions or concerns about asexuality, please feel free to contact our Asexual Rep, Alex.