Have you ever been attracted to someone romantically? Those who haven’t, are defined as aromantic. You may be thinking: well isn’t aromantic just another word for asexual? But they are actually two different things. Those who are asexual don’t experience sexual attraction, while someone who is aromantic doesn’t experience romantic attraction but can still experience sexual attraction. You can be both aromantic and asexual, or one or the other. It’s also important to know aromanticism exists on a spectrum, so you may feel romantic attraction in some cases under a certain circumstance. So, how do you know if you are aromantic? Well, here is aromantic explained.
Are you asexual? Watch this video to find out: https://youtu.be/i6A7UAH5fcY
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