Gray-Asexual (Gray-A)

Last Updated: February 3, 2020

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Definition - What does Gray-Asexual (Gray-A) mean?

Gray-asexual refers to a sexual orientation that falls somewhere between those who identify as being a-sexual and those who identify with a sexual orientation(s). Gray-asexual is sometimes referred to as Gray-A. It is sometimes spelled as "grey" instead of "gray."

Kinkly explains Gray-Asexual (Gray-A)

Gray-asexual is so termed because those who identify as being gray-a do not identify as being either sexual or a-sexual, but somewhere in between. Gray-asexual can refer to those who do not normally experience sexual attraction, but do experience it upon occasion; experience some sexual attraction, but have a low sex drive or sexual desire; or experience a desire or joy with regards to sexual activity, but only under very limited or specific circumstances. Those who identify as being gray-asexual can typically be described as having little interest in sex or sexual activities.

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