BBC story about the "asexual" community. I had no idea that there was just a thing and that they formed a "community". We now have gay, lesbian, transgender, cis, and asexual orientations.
Twenty-one-year-old Jenni Goodchild does not experience sexual attraction, but in an increasingly sexualised society what is it like to be asexual?
"For me it basically just means that I don't look at people and think 'hmm yeah I'd have sex with you,' that just doesn't happen," says Jenni.
A student in Oxford, Jenni is one of the estimated 1% of people in the UK who identify themselves as asexual. Asexuality is described as an orientation, unlike celibacy which is a choice
Jenni with her boyfriend that she does not find sexually attractive.
Here is her YouTube video that explains being asexual: