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co-hosted by Campus Pride and Asexual Awareness Week
Celibacy Androgyny Sexual dysfunction, repression, or aversion Hormone imbalance or other medical issue Fear of intimacy
Self-identified Sexual orientation About attraction, not behavior
Grey-a Demisexual Romantic orientations Queerplatonic Ace
Female identified students singled out for being “prudes” or “selfish” Male identified students labeled as gay Asexual bullying: “anti-social,” “weird,” “broken,” or “sick”
Feeling empty, isolated, and/or alone Rejection by a partner or love interest for coming out Peer pressure to have sex
Use different language Encourage exploration Teach Consent
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