Dae and Tash have been happily dating for six months, but they also are not — and never have been — sexually attracted to each other.The pair are part of Australia's very small asexual community — researchers believe they make up just 1 per cent of the broader population."There are not many asexuals and I know probably in person about three, which shows you how rare it is," Dae said.The most important thing to remember when trying to understand asexuality is that people who identify as such are not inherently different from you, aside from the fact that they experience sexual attraction differently -- or more accurately, don’t experience it at all.
And as awareness grows, more and more people, like Morgan, feel comfortable proudly identifying as asexual.
Tinder has a reputation as a hook-up app, but what about people who want to find lasting relationships?
Should they look elsewhere, asking friends to set them up or striking up conversation at a bar instead of going online?
Understanding Asexuality Dating an Asexual Person Community Q&A Asexuality in the world of biological reproduction means that a single organism can produce offspring identical to the parent.
In terms of human sexuality, however, it simply means a person feels no sexual attraction.