2016
DOI: 10.4172/2161-038x.1000185
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Abstract: The objective was to perform a brief reflection on asexuality and its relationship with medical (pathologizing) and social (sexual diversity) practices. Asexuality is still considered a sexual dysfunction capable of medicalization in medical practice, although currently, with the visibility of sexual diversity, asexual identity has been breaking the paradigm of medicalization of sexuality. Although it is not completely defined as a sexual orientation, given the existence of theoretical conflicts, asexuality ma… Show more

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