Now this is slightly contrived. OK VERY contrived....
I started a conversation with this great guy on AVEN, and I asked we bring it here...
My hypothesis (that most of you know) is that asexuality is either wrongly associated with many young women, OR the definition of asexuality needs to change.
The reason being that many young women might think they are asexual being that their peak in sexual desire is 35, and not 18 as it is in men, and that things like pr0n, and the media make out that women should feel a desire similar to that of men, but this isn't the case as women are aroused, and enjoy sex in a wholly different way.
It is my theory that many women come to places like AVEN, and accept asexuality in a "That must be me" moment, and this is dangerous, as many women after a while figure out that they are not in fact asexual, and the label has actually stopped them seeking a sexual partner. My old point that people use asexuality prescriptively rather than descriptively.
Also as this is the case that no one can tell if these women are asexual or not, the definition of asexuality should be changed to encompass transient asexuality, as if no one can tell what the future will bring, and that there exists people like me who became asexual, and there are those who would have once thought as themselves as asexual the idea of asexuality as only an orientation needs to change.