My coming out story is a strange one; it had moments of absolute positive joy, but also moments of dark, sad, bleak negative thoughts. Most of them from an internalised phobia of myself. I identify as asexual heteroromantic, which are identities I didn’t...
Coming out asexual
Asexuality is defined as having no sexual attraction to others. Which, is perfectly normal. The asexual community is a large and valid community that for years have been told they’re weird, or they just haven’t been with the right person yet.
Coming out as asexual can be a confusing time for yourself & others. Many may think you don’t want a relationship & you prefer to be alone. Which isn’t the case, you can have a relationship with out sexual intercourse which is unknown of in this modern world. Which is why asexuality is considered to be a phase or invalid, which is so wrong. Join us in reading others stories of how they learnt they was asexual & how they came out to family and friends.