I figured to not clog up another thread, would open this up to discuss a bit about asexuality. To be honest, an article I quoted earlier and have been reading piqued my interest on the topic moreso then anything.
The article: http://www.kinseyinstitute.org/publi...eGrahamPDF.pdf
And a few questions to sort of guide in getting a few answers (anyone can answer, asexual or not):
What does asexuality mean to you?
What situations do you consider/see as sexual (outside of the two obvious ones)?
If your partner wasn't asexual, would you engage in sex with them even if you weren't interested (or for the non-asexual, if your partner was asexual would you still want them to engage in sex with you)?
Does asexuality worry you at all (or, if your partner was asexual, would you be worried about them)?
How do you feel about being asexual (or how do you feel about asexuals)?
To pawn a few from almost directly the study:
What experiences would you expect a person identified as asexual to have?
What benefits and what drawbacks do you see to asexuality?
Probably could add more, but think that is decent enough. I'll bold this so it stands out, just to make sure: You don't have to answer all or any of the questions. They are just there as a guide to kind of give an idea of what to possibly touch on. You can go more in-depth or less in-depth if you wish. You can talk about something not in the questions etc.
Further, You don't have to give short/in order answers. It doesn't have to be an answer under each question, you can write 5 pages if you want without referencing the question, or 3 paragraphs, or 1, whatever you want. You can also write under the questions your answers. Think of it as a discussion, not a questionnaire. Basically summing up all the above, those are just discussion points, things you can touch on. If you don't want to, or want to mention other things GO FOR IT! Hell its encouraged.