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Should asexual people be included in the LGBTQ+ community?
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Asexuality is not real

Sexual attraction is a part of being human. It is impossible for any adult to not be attracted to anyone.
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Some people do not get those feelings inside them when they like someone or love someone. Asexuality is real. It is not in our "nature" to be attracted to someone. It is in our head. Some people don't ever experience those thoughts in their head. Some people experience it a lot. Some people a little. Some not at all. It is all based on the specific person. Asexuality should be included in the LGBTQ+ society and you know why? Because there is a plus on the end of that. It already is a part of it. Your attraction to someone is not limited to specific categories. Asexuality already is a part of the community.

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