Category: Claiming that asexuality is a disorder, a medical condition

Reacting to Mean Comments About Asexuality ❤ The Ace Episodes #14
Welcome back to my channel, and welcome back to the Ace Episodes! In this episode I react to comments on my Metro article on my relationship with my sexuality. Some nice, some nasty, some inbetween, but it’s all in good fun! Let me know what you thought of the video, and be sure to check out my recent article on asexuality below.
 
My Metro asexuality article: https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/25/my-lab…
 
 
LGBTQIA+ SOURCES ❤
 
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SOURCES ❤
Asexual videos I found helpful (I’m going to keep adding to this so feel free to revisit it now and then): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…
WikiHow article:
https://www.wikihow.com/Know-if-You-A…
UK Asexuality Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/UKAce…
Bristol Asexuals Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/51710…
 
ASEXUAL SUPPORT NETWORKS ❤
 
 
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Filmed on Samsung j5 2017.
 
 
 
 
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Responding to Asexual Hate Comments
Sometimes people are mean to me about being Asexual on the internet. So let’s use that as a teachable moment, shall we?
 
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Translation (via Google translate):

aphobia in numbers

72% of asexual people under 30 have seen asexuality classified as a “disease” on social networks. 45% on the “media traditional “. 22% by a * professional in the field of medicine.

data taken from the annual survey of the “Collettivo Asessuale Carrodibuoi” association, visible on carrodibuoi.it


discrimination against asexual people is called aphobia