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Vexillum asexualitatem significans

Asexualitas est si quis non ad sexualitatem adtrahitur vel est parvum vel absens studium vel desiderium usus sexualis.[1][2][3] Asexualitatem interpretemur sicut absentiam propensionis sexualis aut quidem aliquem modum propensionis sexualis similiter ac heterosexualitas, homophylophilia atque bisexualitas.[4][5][6] Asexualitatis verbum etiam designet latiorem spectrum plurium specierum asexualitatis.

Sunt nonnulla societates asexualitati dedicatae, quae inceperint cum adventu telae totius terrae et mediorum socialium. Una societas ex notissimis est "Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN)" ('Asexualitatis Tela Visibilitatis et Educationis') quae tela condita est anno 2001 a conditore Davide Jay.[6][7]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Robert L. Crooks, Karla Baur (2016). Our Sexuality. Cengage Learning. p. 300. ISBN 1305887425 
  2. Katherine M. Helm (2015). Hooking Up: The Psychology of Sex and Dating. ABC-CLIO. p. 32. ISBN 1610699513 
  3. Kelly, Gary F. (2004) "Chapter 12" Sexuality Today: The Human Perspective (7 ed.) McGraw-Hill p. 401 ISBN 978-0-07-255835-7 
  4. Bogaert, Anthony F. (2004). "Asexuality: prevalence and associated factors in a national probability sample". Journal of Sex Research 41 (3): 279–87 
  5. Melby, Todd (November 2005). "Asexuality gets more attention, but is it a sexual orientation?". Contemporary Sexuality 39 (11): 1, 4–5 
  6. 6.0 6.1 Marshall Cavendish, ed. (2010). "Asexuality". Sex and Society. 2. Marshall Cavendish. pp. 82–83. ISBN 978-0-7614-7906-2 
  7. Swash, Rosie (February 25, 2012). "Among the asexuals". The Guardian