165 Talking Asexuality with Molly Woodstock from Gender Reveal Podcast
We are honored to have Molly Woodstock back on the show, this time to talk about asexuality!
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WE ARE SO EXCITED about this week’s epsiode, y’all. Molly Woodstock, our fave, is back on the show to talk to us about asexuality, a sexual identity that is often completely misunderstood if not entirely erased from public discourse and media representations.
Asexuality, as defined by WhatIsAsexuality.com, is defined as: a sexual orientation characterized by a persistent lack of sexual attraction toward any gender. Asexuality is a sexual orientation, like homosexuality or heterosexuality. And like being straight or being gay, it’s about what someone feels, not what someone does. Dating, having sex, masturbating, falling in love, getting married, or having children do not conflict with asexuality in any way. There are many reasons why an asexual person might do these things that do not require sexual attraction to be present. Asexuality is not a choice.
Experiencing arousal or orgasm also do not conflict with asexuality. At least 1% of people are believed to be asexual.
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