Question: Storms’ Model is a model of sexual orientation proposed by psychologist Michael Storms in 1978. Can we verify this model? Do asexuals experience low or no sexual attraction?
Question: How many people in the ace community are transgender, and how many are a different gender from the one assigned at birth?
“Transgender” is sometimes defined as having a gender which is distinct from the sex assigned at birth (SAAB). However, this definition fails on a large scale, particularly among people who neither identify as women nor men (non-binary people). We already know from previous surveys that the ace community is dominated by women and non-binary people. What remains is an analysis of SAAB and trans identity.
Question: How is one’s sexuality related to one’s sexual politics?
Asexuality refers to personal experiences, and not whether they think there’s too much sex in society. But unsurprisingly, personal experiences and attitudes can be correlated. Here we seek to identify which aspects of sexuality are correlated with political attitudes, and explore those connections. Continue reading
Question: Are non-asexual respondents identifying with mismatching sexual and romantic orientation labels?
The asexual community has long recognized the possibility of any combination of romantic and sexual orientations, such as heteroromantic asexual or biromantic homosexual. And in recent years, there’s been a push for the aromantic spectrum to be recognized independently from the asexual spectrum. We’d like to estimate the number of non-aces who have applied these ideas to themselves. Continue reading