It’s come to my attention lately while reading other views on asexuality and even those little ‘reblog me if you are ____ ____ ____ ____ or a supporter”, but they never include asexuals.
Many people don’t even believe that asexuality is a true sexuality and that we are, in fact, just prudes. This is called acephobia.
Just because we as asexuals do not want to have sex does not mean we are uneducated or prudes, it just means we don’t find the sex appealing (at least how I personally see it) and that’s pretty much it.
Aces are typically loners because we don’t tend to fit in with other groups of people. If they do (like I do), it’s because I don’t act like I truly feel. That’s why when I tell people I’m asexual, they wonder why I say, ‘I’d do him’. Well I don’t actually want to do him, I find him attractive and we could possibly form a great romantic relationship together, that doesn’t mean I want him sexually.
Coming out as asexual is actually just as hard as coming out as a homosexual. At least they know they like boys/girls and they want sexual relations with that person. An asexual person finds that they aren’t attracted to either gender but aren’t educated enough to actually look up what that actually means.
If you have any questions feel free to ask me or the far more educated people on this website that completely know what they are talking about. There are also ace groups who can help you form a sexuality.