Writing an Asexual Protagonist

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    Stephanie Rose
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    So I’ve been wanting to do a short story involving an asexual protagonist, which I thought would be simple, but not so much. I’m having trouble figuring out how to reveal the protagonists asexuality in a realistic way. Normally I wouldn’t worry about this so much, but the story is for a magazine with that as the theme, so it has to be, apparent. Does anybody have any suggestions?

    #27277
    Anonymous
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    I can only think of a few
    the protagonist is focused on work or his/her goal, but has a friend that has a different sexualality that tries to help the pro. to have fun, but instead tries to figure out why the pro doesn’t seem interested in anybody. I would recommend the friend be bisexual since they see both genders as possibilities.

    the pro could be very anti social that tries to get better at society and being a people person but instead faces the problem that he feels like he is missing something else that most people have, the sexual desire that no ace has.

    #27282
    Anonymous
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    Do you watch Sherlock? The updated show with Benedict Cumberbatch. They pretty much made him asexual in the most uniquest way. Maybe you could write something similar.

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