People who identify as asexual experience little or no sexual attraction to others. Asexual people, or “aces,” often identify somewhere on a spectrum that includes their emotional, spiritual and romantic attraction to other people.
Asexual – A person who does not experience sexual attraction. They may or may not experience emotional, physical, or romantic attraction. Asexuality differs from celibacy in that it is a sexual orientation, not a choice. People who are asexual may call themselves “ace.”
Signs you may be asexual.
Nov 29, 2021
Some asexual people engage in sexual acts. Some are uncomfortable talking about sex. Some asexual people like cuddling and kissing and being in romantic relationships.
An asexual crush is going to be built upon romantic feelings for another person or sometimes aesthetic attraction, many times it'll be a combination of both. When asexuals get crushes it's much like the head over heels attraction that anyone else would have.
Some signs that you might be aromantic include:
Jun 23, 2021
Demisexual people only experience sexual attraction after a close emotional bond has formed. This is different from seldom experiencing sexual attraction. Demisexual people might experience sexual attraction often and intensely, but only with people they're close to.
Graysexuality — sometimes spelled “greysexuality” and also known as gray asexuality, gray-a, gray-ace, or grey-ace — is a term to describe people who identify as asexual but don't fit into the main types of asexuality.
Someone who is aceflux or aroflux has a sexual/romantic orientation that fluctuates along the spectrum between asexual and sexual, and aromantic and romantic. Some people who are aceflux or aroflux will always stay within the asexual or aromantic spectrum, while others may occasionally fall outside of it.
Instead of one line with complete homosexuality at one end and complete heterosexuality at the other, there are more than 200 scales people have developed to define sexuality.