Question: How many asexuals are in Australia?

How many people in Australia are asexual?

Asexual people make up an estimated 1% of the population, but while the representation of asexual people in fiction is growing, many people are still unaware of the asexual people in their real communities. So, what does this 1% look like? Three asexual Australians talk about their orientation.

How many asexuals exist?

An estimated 1.7% of sexual minority adults identify as asexual, according to a recent study by the Williams Institute. The study also found that asexuals are more likely to be women or gender non-binary, assigned female at birth, and younger, compared to non-asexual lesbians, gay men, and bisexual (LGB) adults.

What is the percentage of asexuals in the world?

While some researchers assert that asexuality is a sexual orientation, other researchers disagree. Asexual individuals may represent about one percent of the population.

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