Many aces say they think of nothing when they masturbate, while a handful indicated that certain fetishes, like BDSM, come to mind.
Finding the asexual community was a "relief," he says, as it helped him better understand himself and "articulate some of the thoughts" he'd been having about his asexuality.
(Photo credit: Luke Bovard) Though asexuals (or "aces") are often seen as individuals who are devoid of sexual desire, incapable of sexual arousal and averse to interpersonal intimacy, both researchers and asexuals alike say these are largely misconceptions.
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This is the third part of a six-part series on asexuality, in which we explore the history of the asexual movement, uncover current research on asexuality, debunk common misconceptions and discuss the challenges the asexual community faces.
Masturbation doesn't make you sexual, says sex expert Lori Brotto.
Fortunately, his dad decides to take the bait and explains something as risqué as sexual stimulation in the most non-awkward and simple way.