Assexuel

  • Asexual | Definition of Asexual by Merriam-Webster

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    English Language Learners Definition of asexual. : not having or including sex. technical : of or relating to a kind of reproduction that does not involve the combining of male and female cells. See the full definition for asexual

  • What Does It Mean to Be Asexual? 18 Things You Should …

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    9/18/2019 · Someone who’s asexual experiences little to no sexual attraction. Sexual attraction is about finding a specific person sexually appealing and wanting to have sex with them. However, everyone has a …

  • ASEXUAL | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    asexual definition: 1. without sex or sexual organs 2. having no interest in sexual relationships: 3. without sex or…. Learn more.

  • Asexuality: What it means to be asexual – Medical News …

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    12/11/2019 · Asexuality is a sexual orientation that involves a lack of sexual attraction. This article looks at what it means to be on the asexual spectrum.

  • Asexual – definition of asexual by The Free Dictionary

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    adj. 1. Having no evident sex or sex organs; sexless. 2. Relating to, produced by, or involving reproduction that occurs without the union of male and female gametes, as in binary fission or budding. 3. Relating to or being a person who does not experience sexual attraction. n.

  • asexuel | translate French to English: Cambridge Dictionary

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    asexuel translate: asexual. Learn more in the Cambridge French-English Dictionary.

  • What is it like to be asexual? – BBC News

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    1/17/2012 · A student in Oxford, Jenni is one of the estimated 1% of people in the UK who identify themselves as asexual. Asexuality is described as an orientation, unlike celibacy which is a choice.

  • Asexuality: How To Tell If You’re Asexual, The Invisible …

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    6/18/2014 · The following excerpts are from the upcoming book The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality by Julie Sondra Decker, out September 2014.Decker recounts her struggles as a member of …

  • Five Examples of Organisms That Use Asexual …

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    Five Examples of Organisms That Use Asexual Reproduction. Unlike sexual reproduction, which requires genetic material from two parent organisms in order to create an offspring, asexual reproduction occurs when a single organism reproduces without the genetic input of another. Because of this, a single individual …

  • What are specialised cells? – BBC Bitesize

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    Most cells share features such as having a nucleus, a cell membrane, cytoplasm and mitochondria. There are differences between cells, too. Each type of cell, has its own job to do. These cells …