Should I Take An “Am I Asexual Spectrum Test or Quiz – ACE”?

“Am I Asexual?” is that a question you ask yourself  from time to time?

To understand whether you are to be considered asexual, be aware it is based on a spectrum. This page will help you find out more about where on the spectrum you land.

However, we DON’T recommend taking an “Am I Asexual Spectrum Test or Quiz” you find on the internet, as they often are NOT backed by facts, research, or give any genuine and clear indications as regards to gender.

Instead of taking an “Am I Asexual Spectrum Test or Quiz (ACE)” , we at ANZPath, highly recommend using  Calmerry for professional gender therapy to get you more clarity on where you might be on the gender spectrum.

A licensed therapist knows how to help you based on experience and education.

Start here and fill out the questionnaire at Calmerry to get matched with a therapist that suits you.

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To be clear, the therapists mentioned on this page are not necessarily an LGBTQIA+ individual themselves. They are however "LGBTQIA+ friendly therapists" and are open, welcoming, and supportive towards LGBTQIA+ people.

FAQ for the “Am I Asexual Spectrum Test or Quiz”

What Does It Mean To Be A Asexual?

An asexual individual has little or no sexual attraction to others, although they do have emotional attachments. It is generally measured on a spectrum.

How Do I know That I Am Asexual?

Typically, it is revealed when you realize that you have very little attraction to other people such as boyfriends or girlfriends. 

What Does Ace mean?

ACE is another term for Asexual individuals. 

What Are Asexual Pronouns?

ACE is a common pronoun used for asexuals. If you ever are in doubt, then ask the individual.

What is the opposite of asexual?

Allosexual is the opposite of asexual, it simply means that a person is attracted sexually to other individuals.

Can men be Asexual?

Yes. Although it is more common in women, men can also be asexual.

Why do we recommend seeing a therapist instead of taking a quiz or test?

Quizzes are often not medically approved and should not be considered a professional opinion. We at ANZPath, suggest it is the best to consult a gender therapist.

A therapist will be solely focusing on your own specific issues and it won’t be a cookie cutter quiz that is made for thousands of people. 

Quick facts about asexual people

1. Asexuals still have relationships on an emotional level, although it may not be very sexual of nature.

2. You don’t grow out of being asexual. 

Thoughts on Asexual topics

Here are stories and debates of the topic of asexuality.