Considering Asexuality as a Sexual Orientation and Implications for Acquired Female Sexual Arousal/Interest Disorder.

Abstract

As Brotto and Yule noted, there is evidence of increased prevalence of asexuality among autistic people (e.g., Gilmour, Schalomon,&Smith,2012;Ingudomnukul,Baron-Cohen,Wheelwright, & Knickmeyer, 2007) and online asexual community rumblings of a possible correlation. ‘‘Asexuality’’ is assessed in different ways. Ingudomnukul et al. found 17% of 54 autistic… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10508-016-0893-1

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@article{Chasin2017ConsideringAA, title={Considering Asexuality as a Sexual Orientation and Implications for Acquired Female Sexual Arousal/Interest Disorder.}, author={C J DeLuzio Chasin}, journal={Archives of sexual behavior}, year={2017}, volume={46 3}, pages={631-635} }