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Have You Ever Wondered What It Means To Be Asexual? (Video)

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How much do you have/want/think about sex? It’s said that 1 in 100 people have absolutely zero interest in it.

In some ways, asexuality is the forgotten sexual orientation and most people aren’t even sure what it means.

In a new video from BBC Raw, film maker India Greenhalgh explores what it means to be Asexual.

Asexuality usually means not having a desire toward sexual activity either within our outside a relationship.

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The subjects of the video discuss the difficulties of feeling interested in someone, without having a sexual connection.

They also discuss how difficult it can be to come out as Asexual, possibly compared to coming out as gay, or another sexual orientation.

Despite mis-labelling transgender as a sexual orientation a the beginning, the below video actually gives a very interesting insight into what it means to come out as Asexual.

Check out the video from BBC Raw below:

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