How Does It Feel To Be Asexual?
Asexuality is an inability or lack of interest in sexual relationships, physical contact, or sex at all. It can be considered either a psychological condition or a lack thereof.
It can also be defined as a low or zero interest in sexuality, and a lack thereof. It can also be grouped more broadly to include a wide spectrum of non-sexual sub-identifications. Asexual people are not necessarily sexless, however. Some are actually sexually active, while some do not engage in any sexual activities at all.
It should be noted that there is no one sexual behavior that qualifies as asexuality. This can be determined through a variety of tests, such as blood test, urine test, and interviews with the individual. The individual must exhibit a certain pattern of behavior when it comes to sexual behaviors. He or she must also have certain characteristics that go along with sexual behavior. A sexual person must display or exhibit at least one of these characteristics.
Asexuals are generally not interested in sexual contact, but they may engage in masturbation, though this is rarely the case. They often do not have any interest in sexual fantasies, though some may experience fantasies about sex. However, most sexual cannot become aroused or be sexually aroused by physical stimuli.
There are many different types of asexuality. There are those that are attracted to both sexes, but there are also those that only are sexually attracted to the gender that does not identify as their own. Those that are attracted to the same sex may not identify as being asexual. Those that are attracted to both sexes may not identify as being asexual. Those that are sexually attracted to the gender of a specific person may not identify as asexual.
Those that are only sexually attracted to the gender of the individual who does not identify as being a member of that sex may not identify as asexual. Those that are only sexually attracted to their own sex may not identify as asexual. Those that are attracted to the opposite sex may not identify as asexual. Those that are attracted to the gender of both sexes and the same sex may or the same gender may or both genders may not identify as asexual.
People with a condition known as sexual addiction may not be able to live without engaging in a sexual activity, though they may not necessarily engage in sex
The individual may engage in a sex act such as masturbation, oral sex, or even sex with objects such as dildos or toys. These people are often considered as having a sexual disorder by society.
Those who have a condition known as a paraphilia may also not be interested in sexual behavior, though they may engage in sex as an act of recreation, or as an act of "self-indulgence." Those that have a condition known as a fetish may not be able to experience sexual arousal. A condition known as voyeurism may not be interested in sex, but will view sex acts of penetration or sexual contact as a sexual act.
Those who have a condition known as zoophilia may view sex with animals as a sexual act. Those who have a condition known as cross dressing may not identify as asexual, but may not want to be seen in public as a member of the opposite sex. Those who are sexually attracted to animals, such as dogs, cats, and other creatures may not identify as asexual, but may prefer to live as members of the same sex.
Individuals with a sexual orientation of another gender may have interests other than sex. Some may not be interested in sex at all. Others may be sexually interested in the opposite sex but have no interest in the sexual act of sex itself.
Some people may not identify as gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, gay, lesbian, straight, or bisexual. Other people may not identify as heterosexual but are interested in sexual activities outside of their chosen sex.
The most important thing to realize is that each person has different sexual interests and needs, so it can be hard for some to find out what their own sexual orientation is. Those that do not have a sexual orientation may identify as asexual. Sexual orientation is a difficult question to answer, but with the help of a doctor or psychologist, the person can determine what it is they are and seek to determine their sexual orientation.