This questionnaire reverses some of the questions that are often asked of asexual people by sexual people. The purpose of these questions is to challenge the assumption that all people inherently are or should be sexual. By trying to answer these questions, one can gain some insight into how oppressive this frame of reference can be.
1. When and how did you first decide you were sexual, and why did you make that choice?
2. What do you think caused your sexuality?
3. Is it possible that your sexuality is just a phase that you will grow out of?
4. Is it possible that your sexuality stems from a neurotic fear of dealing with people and not just their bodies, or from a neurotic obsession with physical bodies, or an inability to see past a body?
5. If you’ve never had a really intimate, asexual relationship with someone, how do you know you wouldn’t prefer that?
6. Sexuality and sexual activity can be indicative of hormonal or psychological problems, and even brain damage. Have you considered getting your hormones checked or having a psychological assessment?
7. Many people who have been sexually abused when young act out sexually and become very sexual later in life. Were you abused as a child or teenager? Is that why you are sexual?
8. To whom have you disclosed your sexual tendencies? How did they react?
9. Would you want your children to be sexual, knowing the problems they would face, and all the complicated things they would need to deal with in their relationships and lives?
10. A disproportionate majority of child molesters are sexual. Do you consider it safe to expose your children to sexual teachers?
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