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Responses for other included terms such as heteroasexual and biromantic asexual. In asexual discourse, these are subcategories of asexuality based on a distinction between sexual orientation and romantic/affectional orientation (cf. the AVEN wiki entry for “lexicon” at http://www.asexuality.org/wiki/index.php?title=Lexicon).
See, for example, the general FAQ on AVEN, http://www.asexuality.org/home/general.html.
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Hinderliter, A.C. Methodological Issues for Studying Asexuality. Arch Sex Behav 38, 619–621 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-009-9502-x