Asexuality

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Sexual orientation
Part of sexology
Common classifications

Asexuality
Autosexuality
Bisexuality
Heterosexuality
Homosexuality

Other classifications

Fluid sexuality
Kinsey scale
Klein Sexual Orientation Grid
Monosexuality
Pansexuality
Paraphilia
Zoosexuality

Related articles

Affectional orientation
Situational sexual behavior

Asexuality is a general term or self-designation for people who lack sexual attraction or otherwise find sexual behavior unappealing. There is debate as to whether this is a sexual dysfunction or a sexual orientation. Furthermore, there is disagreement over the exact definition of the word. The term is sometimes used as a gender identity by those who believe their lack of sexual attraction places them outside the traditional definitions of gender. There has been little research done on asexuality, but those studies that have been conducted suggest that, if it is a sexual orientation, it is among the least common.

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