Each asexual men or asexual women are welcomed to join us for platonic dating regardless of race, religion, romantic orientation or gender.
You may have heard or read the term “pansexual” and have been unsure, confused and/or uncertain about the exact definition.
In essence, people who are heteroflexible are largely attracted to others of the opposite sex in a romantic, emotional and/or physical way, but they also have some minimal attraction to the same sex.
With this in mind, the term “homoflexible” is used to describe people who are primarily sexually, emotionally and romantically attracted to the same sex, but still have some attraction to the opposite sex as well.
asexuals, while not physically sexual-type folks, are none the less quite capable of loving, affectionate, romantic ties to others. The romantic orientation of our members include: (not an exhaustive list) Asexual people have the same emotional needs as anyone else.
The new study shows that about one percent of the population is asexual, it means there are nearly 70 million people are asexual and the number is on the rise. Do you think others can not understand your attraction or romantic orientation of asexual? Some are happier on their own, others are happiest to form more intimate romantic relationships, and will date and seek long-term partnerships.
It doesn't mean that you are less enlightened than pan folks, there's no identity that makes you automatically more enlightened.
That doesn't mean that you are reinforcing the gender binary.In fact, when you break down the word “pansexual,” you’ll notice that “pan” is a prefix that comes from the Greek word that means “all.” Additionally, many people who are pansexual say that they’re attracted to a person’s spirit or soul—there are no boundaries or limits in terms of who catches their eye.