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Certainly, most people don’t feel sexual attraction. Unlike “hetero-” or “homo-” or “a-“, etc., which describe the gender(s) that a person is or isn’t attracted to, “demi-” describes the circumstances in which a person may experience sexual attraction.
However, most people seem to feel it fairly frequently. Demisexuals are only capable of feeling sexual attraction after they’ve developed a close emotional bond with someone. It sounds like demisexuals are trying to make themselves out to be special because they only have sex with people they love. It doesn’t mean that people are picky about their sexual partners.
The difference between “asexual” and “gray-asexual” is one of attraction, not behavior. If an asexual likes sex, they’re an asexual who likes sex, not a gray-asexual. Is it clear where you fit if you occasionally feel something that could potentially be sexual attraction, but it’s so weak that a passing breeze is enough to make it stop? The definition of “gray-asexual” is intentionally vague.
It’s possible to enjoy sex and sexual activities and not experience sexual attraction. Is it clear where you fit if you’re sometimes sexually attracted to people and you like sex, but don’t feel any drive to seek it out and would be fine without it? It’s meant to be a catch-all for anyone who feels they fall somewhere near asexual on the spectrum between “sexual” and “asexual”.
Some people say that they occasionally experience sexual attraction, yet still relate to asexuality.
The ace umbrella encompasses asexuals, as well as people in this gray area.
One subtype of gray-asexuals, known as “demisexuals”, can experience sexual attraction only after developing a close emotional bond with someone.The couple went public with their relationship at the Golden Globes in January 2017. She’s young but mature and comes from a small English town, so it’s not that unusual,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly.“They are really good together and his friends and family love her and vice versa.If an asexual has sex, they’re an asexual who has sex, not a gray-asexual.
If an asexual masturbates, they’re an asexual who masturbates, not a gray-asexual. Is it clear where you fit if you’ve only felt sexual attraction once in your entire life, then never again?
There’s no clear line where being “reddish” stops, but it’s clear that it stops somewhere. Like asexuals, graces and demis come in all flavors of romantic orientation.