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Are cis gender heteroromantic asexuals apart of the LGBT+ community? Yes(Agree) or No(Disagree).

Asked by: Eqcuis
  • Asexuality is part of LGBTQA

    As asexuals are not accepted in the CIS groups they are part of LGBTQA . Asexuals still receive oppression from CIS people and asexuality is ,as it says in the name, a sexuality. Any sexuality that is not heterosexual is part of the LGBTQA community. Someone could be pansexual and heteroromantic, but I would still be considered part of the community, and it should be the same for asexuals.

  • Asexuality is part of LGBTQA

    As asexuals are not accepted in the CIS groups they are part of LGBTQA . Asexuals still receive oppression from CIS people and asexuality is ,as it says in the name, a sexuality. Any sexuality that is not heterosexual is part of the LGBTQA community. Someone could be pansexual and heteroromantic, but I would still be considered part of the community, and it should be the same for asexuals.

  • You're Still Straight.

    Heterosexuality is attracted to the opposite gender sexually while Heteroromantic is attracted to th opposite gender romantically. Either way, you're a straight person because you are attracted to the opposite gender and still receive straight and cis privilege and are not oppressed. Simply put, If you are not transgender and/or do not feel sexually and/or romantic attraction towards the same gender, then you are not apart of the LGBT+ community. LGBT+ is same-gender attraction and transgender exclusive. You may not be sexually attracted to the same gender but you are romantically and then you are also cis gender.


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