International Asexuality Day

International Asexuality Day

International Asexuality Day springs into calendars annually on April 6th, and celebrates the asexual community as part of the LGBTQ+ spectrum. If you don’t know, asexuality is a sexual orientation where someone doesn’t feel sexual attraction to others, and it covers various identities, including demisexuals and greysexuals, among others.This special date seeks to raise awareness and educate the world on the diverse experiences within the asexual spectrum.


Recognising today challenges misconceptions about asexuality, helping to promote a world where asexual people feel recognised and respected. You can expect to see stories, challenges, and triumphs from the asexual community. Plus, lots of support from allies too. Celebrating International Asexuality Day helps increase understanding and acceptance of all sexual orientations, moving us closer to a world that empathises with (and supports!) the diverse range of human sexual experiences.


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Learn More: www.internationalasexualityday.org

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