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Yet that emphasis on romance portion of the relationship highlights asexuals ability to create deep, intimate bonds without necessarily being sexually intimate. Stacy, panromantic ace, 29, Texas: I was already married by the time I came out as asexual.
In this third installment of #21Ace Stories, asexuals discuss if they date, how they date, and why they date. My husband, shortly after I came out as asexual, came out as demisexual.
It may come as a surprise to some people who are not asexual that many asexuals are in relationships.
Some asexual people are even in sexual relationships.
Yet dating can come with some difficulties, as asexuality isn’t typically understood.
Some asexual people are sex- and genital-repulsed (terminology among asexuals meaning they do not have sex) and do not want to be sexually intimate with anyone. Their attractions are based on the person and not on sexual attraction.
That is why asexuals typically identify their romantic attractions with their asexuality.
Asexuals can be biromantic, heteroromantic, homoromantic, or a variety of labels that identify where their attractions fall on the spectrum.
Asexuals place a high premium in the romantic aspect of relationships.
That emphasis goes against a narrative that tends to say individuals in relationships are — or are going to be — sexually intimate.