Anonymous asked: What is the difference between sexual attraction and being turned on? Is there one? I can certainly appreciate a sexy man, I know and can identify that (as opposed to hot or cute for eg.), but I don't get turned on by them. People here on tumblr go on about coming from pictures/videos/audio and I honestly have no idea if they are serious or not.
Anonymous asked: Hi, If I want and expect to have sex at some point, but I VERY rarely am sexually attracted to anyone, does that make me grey-A? I mean mentally I desire sex, my body just doesn't comply.
Anonymous asked: Hi! Recently,I found out about gray-asexuality. I identified as pansexual,but I find sex repulsive and have no interest in doing it. I do however,have sexual attraction to people. Does this mean I'm a gray-ace? Thanks in advance.
Anonymous asked: I've had sex twice. Both with bad partners. People keep telling me that I just haven't had a good partner. Part of me wants to believe them. The other part knows I haven't been attracted to a person since my last relationship ended five years ago. I'm beginning to wonder if I'm demisexual. This is a very confusing time for me.
Anonymous asked: I'm tired of calling myself gray. I say i'm asexual even though i identify as gray because i think is easier to explain. But people still don't get it! Yesterday a "friend" called me with male pronouns because he tought asexual=agender. WTH? And then he tells me that thats how he's been explaining it to everyone else.OTHER PEOPLE I DID NOT WISHED THEY KNEW ABOUT THAT!...
Anonymous asked: First off sorry if this is a common question but I think I am asexual, for my whole life I have neither desired nor understood sex, or even had crushes. It's only now I've discovered the name for it, my question is though is it still possible to be "a late bloomer" if you've been through puberty?
Anonymous asked: I'm sure this is just like a lot of other questions you receive, but having a sensual attraction, and not minding sex, but not particularly looking to have sex is considered gray-a, right? For example, to me sex is basically just an intense cuddle taken to another level. I don't get any sexual satisfaction out of it and wouldn't be the one to suggest it, but I don't mind it and...
qualityvanillaabsolute asked: To the person who experiences sexual attraction but doesn't want to have sex: I think it depends.I consider myself grey-a mostly because I have extremely low sexual drive,to the point where I don't really mind not having sex ever.I experience sexual attraction,but I don't experience the need to act on it.If you still want to have sex, but decide not to - that's celibacy,I...
Anonymous asked: What would it be called if someone does experience sexual attraction but just doesn't want to have sex? Would that be gray-asexual?
forget-beam asked: what would you say about someone who doesn't experience sexual attraction (based on looks/personality/whatever), but enjoys having sex and isn't repulsed by it? would that person be demi or ace?