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Asexual Pride Flags | Single Or Double-Sided | 2 Sizes | Aro Ace Spectrum

Asexual Pride Flags | Single Or Double-Sided | 2 Sizes | Aro Ace Spectrum

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Asexual (often shortened to ace) is a sexual orientation defined by a lack of sexual attraction. Asexual experiences may also include: not wanting to have sex, not being interested in sex, not experiencing a sex drive/libido, or being repulsed by sex. Sexual attraction is defined as the desire to have sex with, or otherwise perform sexual acts with, another specific individual. For non-asexual individuals (allosexuals), sexual attraction is involuntary, and even occurs when someone doesn't know the other individual (though one might not act on it). Asexual individuals do not have an innate desire to have sex with anyone. They might also feel disconnected from the idea of sex.

It is important to note the difference between asexuality and celibacy/abstinence. Those who are abstinent or celibate are not necessarily asexual; they may still experience sexual attraction but they choose not to act on it, typically for moral or religious reasons. Asexuals do not experience sexual attraction, and they may or may not participate in sexual activities. Although some asexuals do not have sex, there are also many asexuals who do partake in sexual activities or are in sexual relationships. This could be for many reasons, such as their own pleasure, the pleasure of a partner, or to have children.

Being asexual does not mean that one is unable to experience romantic attraction. An asexual individual can have any romantic orientation and some asexuals identify with a romantic orientation to specify who they're interested in romantically, if anyone. They often use prefixes like hetero-, homo-, bi-, pan-, etc. in front of the word romantic to describe who they experience romantic attraction to. For example, an individual who is asexual heteroromantic is romantically attracted to individuals of a different gender, but is not sexually attracted to them. Some asexuals are also aromantic, meaning that they also do not feel romantic attraction. Individuals who are both asexual and aromantic may identify as aroace.

Sexual dispositions among asexual individuals can vary. Some asexuals may still have a sex drive despite not feeling sexual attraction to anyone. They may still masturbate, watch porn, or participate in sexual activities. Other asexuals lack a sex drive, and some may be repulsed by the concept of sex.

Sex stance terms, including sex-repulsed, sex-averse, sex-indifferent, and sex-favorable, are commonly used to describe these feelings.[1][2]

The term "asexual" may also be used as an umbrella term, referring to anyone on the asexual spectrum.

https://www.lgbtqia.wiki/wiki/Asexual

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Materials and care

  • The single-sided version is great as a wall hanging, or to string together with others and hang like oversized bunting. The double-sided flags are great for gardens, or to hang from a small horizontal flagpole!

    With two sizes to choose from, which one(s) will you choose?

  • Features

    - Stand Not Included

    - 1.25" wide top pole slot

    - Single or Double Sided

    - Thick, opaque fabric with a soft hand (texture)

    - Ships directly from my production partner in the US.

  • Materials:

    100% poly poplin-canvas fabric

    Weight:

    0.08 oz

    Size:

    12x18" (30x45cm)

    24.5x32.12" (62.2x81.6cm)

  • Care Instructions

    Hand wash, or use gentle cycle with cold water. Hang to dry.

    To remove wrinkles, try a clothing steamer - the wrinkles just fall right out!
    If you don't have a steamer, you can put your flag through a rinse cycle in the washing machine, then hang to dry.

    Iron on polyester setting, preferably with an ironing cloth (a thin cloth between the iron and the flag). Test the iron on a less-visible spot to make sure it's a safe temperature.

  • Production Times

    Typical production times: 1-5 business days (up to 10 business days)

  • Shipping Times

    USA - 3-5 business days

    Canada - 2-14 business days

    EU - -business days

    Everywhere else: 6-20 business days

    Tracking information is included in shipping notifications.

  • Shipping Rates

    Shipping rates vary depending on items and destination. For most accurate information, select the item, then click on Checkout to generate the shipping rate.

  • Colourful mosaic heart logo with the words: Skipping Stone. Empower. Support. Love. Above the logo the text: Supporting trans ans gender diverse youth and adults. Below the text: Skipping Stone Foundation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, www.SkippingStone.ca

    Skipping Stone

    $2 from the sale of all gender flags goes to support the Skipping Stone Foundation, supporting trans and gender-diverse youth, adults, and families.

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  • SINGLE REVERSE VS DOUBLE-SIDED FLAGS

    Single reverse flags are the most common flag design. This is where the design is printed correctly on one side of the flag and the ink bleeds through the material so the design appears as a mirror image on the back or reverse side.

  • Single Reverse

    Design is only done on 1 side of the flag but shows through to the other side in a reverse image. The majority of flags are created this way, including most provincial flags and corporate flags. A single reverse flag is lightweight and is most cost-effective.

  • Double-Sided

    Design reads correctly on both sides of the flag. Typically this flag is 2 single-sided flags sewn back to back to make it double thickness. This type of flag is commonly hung horizontally indoors. Double sided advertising flags are heavier than a single reverse flag and are not typically recommended for outdoor use.

  • Single-Sided

    Printed on one side only, with thicker fabric, so the back is blank. Best hung on a wall, or a garden flagpole facing outward.

Learn More

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