“I can look into my girlfriend’s eyes and feel the warmth that anyone in a happy relationship will feel—I just don’t feel that sexual urge to jump someone’s bones," and other stories of ace love.
A New Zealander, an Australian and a Canadian on the conversations that changed their lives forever.
Most of us know someone who has come out as gay, or bisexual, or even transgender. But less is known about asexuality, including what it's like to tell friends and family you identify as "ace". Here, three women describe the conversations that changed...
Girl I didn't know you could get down like that.
"I don't understand why there are so many songs about sex and how awesome it feels, but there are almost none about chocolate."
You might be familiar with asexuality, but are you familiar with aromanticism? They're never gonna fall in love—because they don't want to.