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This section is intended to provide an overview of the topic of asexuality for teachers, counselors, and others in the education field, particularly those who are involved in sexuality and health education.
Asexuality is a sexual orientation. Unfortunately, it is not well known. It is ignored by many sex ed courses, leaving many asexual students feeling lost, confused, or broken. For this reason, it is imperative that asexuality be introduced into sexual education programs in schools.
A brief look at why it is important to cover asexuality in a sex ed curriculum, and suggestions on how to approach covering the topic.
A collection of answers to common questions that educators may be asked when discussing asexuality.