For one, being aromantic isn't the same thing as being asexual.
While asexuality means you do not experience sexual attraction, people who self-identify as aromantic do not experience romantic attraction to others. While many aromantic people also identify as asexual, identifying as one label does not mean the other is automatically implied.
It might surprise you.
An asexual person is commonly understood simply as someone who doesn't experience sexual attraction, but the full picture of asexuality is more nuanced than that. A new study in the Archives of Sexual Behavior that looked at the masturbation habits and
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