VIDEO: Tyler explains the meaning of fraysexual as he shares the real flag of fraysexuality on TikTok KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, September 30, 2022

VIDEO: Tyler explains the meaning of fraysexual as he shares the real flag of fraysexuality on TikTok

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Tyler has explained why meaning of fraysexual as he shares the real flag of fraysexual on TikTok. (Read More Here).

The ace spectrum, as it’s known, houses folks who don’t engage in any sexual activity at all and folks who may have plenty of sex, but with certain parameters. Fraysexuality, or the identity associated with losing sexual attraction to a person once an emotional bond is formed, falls on the spectrum, too, as part of what’s called the grayscale.

Asexual sex educator Aubri Lancaster says micro-labels like these help to distinguish folks who may all fall under the asexual umbrella, but who have vastly different relationships to sex, attraction, and intimacy. Those who experience some sexual attraction, like fraysexuals, are considered graysexual—a little pocket on the asexual umbrella that encompasses fraysexuality and demisexuality.

Houston-based sex therapist Ty David Lerman, MA, LPC-S, CST, QTAP, describes fraysexuality as the counter-end of a continuum of graysexuality, “opposite to demisexuals”—a group of people who are only attracted to those with whom they do have an emotional connection.

But buried beneath all the umbrella and continuum analogies is a sexual identity that’s often misunderstood. Many fraysexuals are subject to negative stereotypes and assumptions about their ability to form meaningful bonds. Some are cast off or assumed to have intimacy issues. But in many cases, fraysexual folks are entirely able to bond—their bonds and relationships just may look different from others’.

If you or a partner identifies as fray, or you’re just hoping to learn more about the range of asexual orientations, keep reading for the low-down on fraysexuality.

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