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Asher Beckner, a freshman who identifies as both asexual and aromantic, has a simplified definition.
Even though an absence of attraction seems unambiguous, there is still variation among asexual and aromantic identities.
Almost as soon as I was sure I identified this way, I did tell my boyfriend and try to explain it.”“It was hard for me to figure it out, because it’s hard in general to figure out the absence of something,” Jones said.
“If you’ve never experienced it, how do you know what “it” is that you’re not experiencing?