It is clear that our society’s view of sex has evolved over the years. One aspect of sexuality is something you might not think about is Asexuality.
The definition of asexuality is “the quality or characteristic of having no sexual feelings or desires.” While this is just one dictionary definition, there are many nuances to the term that should be explored. As we celebrate Pride month, our focus is on the LGBTQ+ community. All parts of the spectrum of sexuality should be honored and respected. That includes Asexuality.
In this blog, we’ll at demystify the idea of asexuality, and find out why it’s important to celebrate aces during pride.
With another June upon us comes our annual celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community.
We may have lost track of what day it is, but Pride Month has officially landed! This year’s festivities won’t feature as many parades, parties and travel plans as usual. However, that doesn’t take anything away from the spirit of the queer community’s ongoing fight for equality.
To help ring in the occasion right, here’s a mix of some great Pride-themed blogs and podcasts.
Finding the perfect label for human sexuality is like trying to find a perfectly tailored suit at a big box store. It’s borderline impossible. This is true whether you’re looking to describe your own sexual identity, or trying to understand someone else’s. Sexuality is complex, and labels are limiting.
Today we’re going to delve into the differences and similarities between Bisexuality and Pansexuality. Afterwards, when you, a partner, or your cool niece uses these terms, you can see the full, rainbow colored picture.
Via Pinterest, Artist Unknown.
Whenever you think about sexual orientation, things like gay, straight, bi and queer often come to mind.
However, there’s another slice of the sexual spectrum that doesn’t always get quite the same degree of recognition: a lack of sexual desire.
Better known as asexuality.
Sexuality is a spectrum, and so is gender identity– there aren’t just two choices. On today’s show, Emily talks with three people about what being genderfluid really means and how to understand it all!
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