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In a world saturated with pornography, Viagra and sex scandals, asexuals – especially young ones – can feel as if they don’t officially exist.

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I don’t tell people, but I don’t know what “sexual spark” means. 'It’s not like sex is unbearable – there’s pleasure, as such… I like photography, I do sports, I do charity events, I play cello, I write.

My energy is that way rather than towards sex.’ In her twenties, Clare thought she might be a lesbian and dated a woman, but her partner left her because she did not want to have sex.

A recent date 'ended awfully when I told him that I was asexual’. '“You’ll grow out of it, it’s just a hormonal thing, you never know until you try, how do you know, you just haven’t found what you like yet…” are all very common things to be told.’ When you’re over 60 and still being told you just haven’t met the right person, it’s more annoying, of course.

She explains: 'Holding hands is as far as I would ever take anything. 'I let it slip one time at work that I’m an asexual aromantic [an asexual who is also not interested in making romantic attachments], and they think it’s absolutely hysterical,’ says Jean Wilson, a sales assistant and 63-year-old grandmother from Banbury.

'Imagine you’re a straight man on a desert island with only men. 'I felt: “Good grief, what the hell was it all about? But after their second child was born, her husband left, and subsequent relationships haven’t worked out. I might meet up with another aromantic, but I’m not looking for it.’ She lives with her divorced eldest son (who is aware of her asexuality) and his daughter.

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