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but the reality is that human sexuality has always been very diverse, it's just that the field of sexology is relatively new," she said.
Dae said even within the LGBTQIA community, asexuality often went unrecognised or was misunderstood."I've found that asexuality gets shoved aside.
Self” and becomes the epitome of the perfect lover/partner.
They are seldom alone for long, and will still be in a relationship or just leaving one, they will say the relationship was over long ago but their ex won’t let go, they feel responsible for them etc, JC said that when he left one of his ex’s she shouldn’t have been surprised because they hadn’t slept together for months prior.
Dae and Tash have been happily dating for six months, but they also are not — and never have been — sexually attracted to each other.
The pair are part of Australia's very small asexual community — researchers believe they make up just 1 per cent of the broader population."There are not many asexuals and I know probably in person about three, which shows you how rare it is," Dae said.
"It's hard to find someone else that is asexual because it's not talked about.""Finding an asexual partner has been frankly fantastic ...
for a while I didn't think I would ever find anyone," Tash said.
They fall in love very quickly, they have never loved anyone like they love you, and you are perfect in their eyes.
They have so many of the same interests, love everything you love, wine and dine you, they can’t get enough of you, more than likely it is the most romantic relationship you have ever had.
It was clear to see from the posts on the thread that people were divided into two camps.