Society is obsessive about intercourse, so there’s quite a lot of inside guilt for not wanting it, writes Lee Suckling.
Whereas many people don't need to have intercourse for intervals of time, often because of life-style issues, there are some who mainly don't prefer it in any respect. It could trigger them ache, disgrace or just common disinterest. It could even really feel like a process.
Asexuality is a sexual orientation that dictates that an individual doesn’t have (or little or no) sexual attraction to others. It isn’t motivated by celibacy or abstention, nor for spiritual causes. Quite the opposite, sexual intimacy is solely not necessary.