Originally a six part series on asexuals and their fight for equal rights and acknowledgment in the LGBT community. The entire series was an intriguing look into a misunderstood segment of society. "Asexuality: The 'X' In a Sexual World" was published in Huffington Post by Dominique Mosbergen in 2013 and updated in 2016. It's a in depth look covering topics such as; What is asexuality? Is asexuality a disorder? along with their battle for LGBT inclusion.
Do we as a culture turn our backs on a segment of society because we might not understand what asexuality is. Because they prefer to noT engage in sexual acts, does that make them less worthy of our compassion or friendship?
What are your thoughts? Should someone who is asexual be included in the LGBT community?