Curated from: Alliance Counselling
Great article about asexuality by Honeycombers with Martine Hill, counsellor and director at Alliance Counselling. “The biggest misunderstanding about asexuals is that they don’t participate in sexual activity. While there is an absence of desire, this isn’t the same as being celibate or practising abstinence, as Martine Hill tells us. Unlike aromanticism, asexual people can still feel and seek out romantic relationships, sans the spicy bits because this element in a relationship isn’t a priority for them. Some other misconceptions are that asexual people can’t form intimate relationships or don’t seek out romantic affairs.” > Read the full Article
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