Am I Asexual? Quiz

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Am I Asexual? Quiz - Quiz

Do you ever get the feeling that you are asexual? Asexuality is a spectrum, and asexual people experience their orientation in different ways. Some asexual people may never experience sexual attraction, while others may experience it rarely or only under certain circumstances. You can take this 'Am I Asexual Quiz' to find out if you’re sexually attracted to others. This quiz will help you better understand if you’re asexual. The result of this quiz is determined by the answers you provide. So, answer honestly!

Disclaimer: This quiz is created purely for entertainment purposes and is not intended to stereotype, marginalize, Read moreor pass judgment on any individual or group based on their cultural background, ethnicity, or preferences. The questions and results are lighthearted and do not hold any scientific or sociological validity.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How well do you relate to this statement: "I don't feel sexually attracted to anyone, ever - regardless of gender or circumstance."

    • A.

      I don't relate to this very much. I experience sexual attraction regularly enough and desire sexual reciprocation from at least one gender.

    • B.

      I relate to this most of the time, but there have been a few exceptions.

    • C.

      I relate to this until I'm with someone I've grown attached to, romantically or otherwise.

    • D.

      I feel sexually attracted to people. I don't desire reciprocation of said sexual attraction.

    • E.

      I relate to this 90% - 100% of the time.

  • 2. 

    If there's one thing you want in a good relationship, it's...

    • A.

      Companionship.

    • B.

      Trust, and good communication!

    • C.

      Emotional connection.

    • D.

      Boundaries.

    • E.

      Intimacy. 

  • 3. 

    You meet a stranger whom many would find appealing. How would you feel about this person?

    • A.

       I get nervous, my heart starts racing, and I start thinking about them. I want them to notice me.

    • B.

       I might find them cute, but may not be easily attracted.

    • C.

      They are cute, but I need to get to know them better to be attracted to them.

    • D.

       I have the hots for them, but I don't want them to like me back.

    • E.

      Well! That person is easy on the eyes and has admirable physical attributes.

  • 4. 

    When considering romantic relationships, how important is physical intimacy to you?

    • A.

      Very important

    • B.

      Depends on my emotional connection with them

    • C.

      I am looking for a relationship without physical intimacy

    • D.

      Not important at all

    • E.

      Not very important

  • 5. 

    How do you approach dating and relationships?

    • A.

      I prefer relationships without a strong emphasis on intimacy.

    • B.

      I enjoy both emotional and intimate connections in a relationship.

    • C.

      Sexual compatibility is a significant consideration in my relationships.

    • D.

      I'm more interested in emotional connections than intimate ones.

    • E.

      I seek relationships where intimacy is secondary but still valued.

  • 6. 

     You start seeing someone you like. However, this person claims to be asexual. They don't want a sexual relationship, and would like to be intimate and do activities that don’t involve sex. How do you react?

    • A.

      Sounds like the one for me..

    • B.

      I could roll with that!

    • C.

      That's OK! I may be attracted to them, but it won’t bother me that my sexual feelings are not being reciprocated.

    • D.

      Sex is not a primary need for me. I Would rather focus on building an emotional connection with them.

    • E.

      I get it, but I don't think this person would be compatible with me.

  • 7. 

    In past relationships, how have you typically felt about engaging in physical intimacy?

    • A.

      Enjoyed it and sought it out.

    • B.

      Participated but with less enthusiasm.

    • C.

      Got physically intimate with my partner only when I got to develop a strong bond with them.

    • D.

      Rarely got intimate with my partner

    • E.

      Avoided it altogether

  • 8. 

    What do you fear in a relationship?

    • A.

      I fear that my partner might misunderstand my lower interest in sex and feel unfulfilled in the relationship.

    • B.

      My biggest fear is that the relationship might become monotonous or lose its spark over time.

    • C.

      My biggest fear is that my partner might become disillusioned or disappointed when they realize I experience sexual attraction but may not always act on it.

    • D.

      My biggest fear is feeling pressured into engaging in sexual activities when I don't feel the need to.

    • E.

      I worry that my partner might feel rejected or unloved if I don't express sexual attraction frequently.

  • 9. 

    How important is it for you to be in a romantic relationship?

    • A.

      I may have a crush but it won't bother me if they don't like me back

    • B.

      Somewhat important

    • C.

      Not important at all

    • D.

      I am not into casual dating, I want a relationship that leads to a strong emotional bond

    • E.

      Very important

  • 10. 

    When discussing attraction, how would you describe your experiences?

    • A.

      Experience strong sexual attraction. 

    • B.

      Experience attraction but don't want want it reciprocated.

    • C.

      Experience little to no sexual attraction.

    • D.

      I am only attracted to a person if I develop a strong emotional connection.

    • E.

      I have never been sexually attracted to a person.

Julian Sanjivan |BS, Human Development |
LGBTQ Expert
Julian, a nonbinary advocate in vibrant NYC, possesses 15 years of LGBTQ+ advocacy experience. He led the iconic NYC Pride Parade, served as InterPride Co-President, and holds a certificate in LGBTQ+ Sexuality & Gender Identity from the University of Colorado. He is passionate and deeply knowledgeable about LGBTQ+ issues.

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