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After I picked myself up from the sheer flattery of it, he told me that didn’t mean he wasn’t affectionate. Asexuality is not down to a harrowing childhood experience or a fault in your brain. I get asked often what it’s like to have a twin, and my answer is always “Well, I wouldn’t know.
Being asexual meant that Ben had no interest in having sex with me. He described watching sexual scenes in films as “Like you would feel after watching someone have their teeth pulled out” and as I felt that cringing grimace, I started to get the asexual mind-set. How would he know what it’s like to have a different sexuality than his own? It makes me happier.” But that the physical reaction simply wasn’t sexual. He could finally pinpoint that confusing part of himself. What a relief to know there’s nothing wrong with him! Asexuality is one of the least talked about pockets of our community, mainly because some asexuals don’t even realise that it’s a thing!
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