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Asexuals struggle to come out in this sexed-up world

This article was originally published by ABC Health & Wellbeing on 18th January.

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Sex sells. Whether you're getting it or not, it's hard to avoid it.

So imagine what it would be like to live in this sexed-up world and yet never experience sexual attraction.

We're not talking about lapses in libido, or a decline in desire. We're talking about asexuality.

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