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19th Oct '17 6:35:49 PM Newt
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* The main character in [[http://heartless-comic.com/post/101218800322 Heartless]], a webcomic about vampires in Victorian London, is asexual.


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* All of the main cast in [[http://rockandriotcomic.com/post/115020071048 Rock and Riot]] are LGBTQA+, with several identifying as asexual or demisexual.
15th Oct '17 7:05:13 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', this kind of comes and goes with different incarnations of the Doctor. In the classic series, he usually showed no interest in that sort of thing, with Four explicitly unable to recognise female beauty. The movie and revival have the Doctor dip his toe in sexuality now and then: Eight had a semi-romantic relationship with Grace, Nine would occasionally flirt with Rose and Jack, Ten and Eleven had several romantic conquests between them, and Twelve, while usually [[{{Squick}} squicked]] out [[ParalyzingFearOfSexuality even by a kiss]], still loved River Song.

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comes and goes with different incarnations of the Doctor. In the classic series, he usually showed no interest in that sort of thing, with Four explicitly unable to recognise female beauty. The movie and revival have the Doctor dip his toe in sexuality now and then: Eight had a semi-romantic relationship with Grace, Nine would occasionally flirt with Rose and Jack, Ten and Eleven had several romantic conquests between them, and Twelve, while usually [[{{Squick}} squicked]] out [[ParalyzingFearOfSexuality even by a kiss]], still loved River Song.
15th Oct '17 2:14:49 PM RobTan
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** The Master, despite moments of HoYay with the Doctor, generally came across as asexual in the classic series, although he was willing to charm people into helping him if necessary. In the revival, to highlight his contrast with the ChasteHero Doctor, the "Harold Saxon" incarnation was portrayed as something of a sexual predator and an [[AmbiguouslyBi Ambiguous]] DepravedBisexual. Missy claimed to also be above sexuality, despite begin completely obsessed with the Doctor and borderline sexually assaulting him on their first meeting.
1st Oct '17 2:58:14 PM Nopperabo
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* Mordecai from ''{{Webcomic/Lackadaisy}}'' is asexual as confirmed by WordOfGod during a forum Q&A [[http://www.littledaisycafe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=681&p=1067896#p1067896 here]].

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* Mordecai from ''{{Webcomic/Lackadaisy}}'' is either asexual as confirmed by WordOfGod during or celibate, according to his creator. During a forum Q&A [[http://www.littledaisycafe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=681&p=1067896#p1067896 here]].here]], Tracy Butler explained that, "Whether it's simply his natural state of being or it's self-imposed, his ‘present’ existence is asexual."
20th Sep '17 11:31:35 PM JustinCognito
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** At the start of season 4, this is explored further as he accepts his newfound sexuality and even starts going to [[spoiler:an asexual group meeting]].

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** At the start of season 4, this is explored further as he accepts his newfound sexuality and even starts going to [[spoiler:an asexual group meeting]]. The show also breaks down the divide between being asexual and aromantic, with members of the group revealing their relationship status ("We had a nautical-themed wedding!").
17th Sep '17 6:34:15 PM Explosivo25
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* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': Artemis is pretty clearly asexual and aromatic. Her Hunters, on the other hand, zigzag around the trope. For example, Zoë Nightshade is probably asexual and aromatic as well, but definitely not ''all'' Hunters are--Thalia and Annabeth were offered a place, even though we know both of them liked Luke. As long as they ''swear off'' romantic and sexual relationships, their actual orientation doesn't seem to matter.

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* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'': Artemis is pretty clearly asexual and aromatic.aromantic. Her Hunters, on the other hand, zigzag around the trope. For example, Zoë Nightshade is probably asexual and aromatic aromantic as well, but definitely not ''all'' Hunters are--Thalia and Annabeth were offered a place, even though we know both of them liked Luke. As long as they ''swear off'' romantic and sexual relationships, their actual orientation doesn't seem to matter.
12th Sep '17 12:49:16 PM Arcana4th
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** At the start of season 4, this is explored further as he accepts his newfound sexuality and even starts going to [[spoiler:an asexual group meeting]].
10th Sep '17 8:34:14 AM MyFinalEdits
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*** Not quite. She mentioned that he "became quite asexual" because of [[spoiler: the trauma of feeling like falling in love with Grindelwald compromised his moral judgement]], and finishes saying he "led a celibate and bookish life". Though she uses the word 'asexual', she may be confusing it with CelibateHero, as she refers to him ignoring and mistrusting feelings of desire, rather than not having them at all.
10th Sep '17 3:04:56 AM aarthicat
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*** Not quite. She mentioned that he "became quite asexual" because of [[spoiler: the trauma of feeling like falling in love with Grindelwald compromised his moral judgement]], and finishes saying he "led a celibate and bookish life". Though she uses the word 'asexual', she may be confusing it with CelibateHero, as she refers to him ignoring and mistrusting feelings of desire, rather than not having them at all.
6th Sep '17 10:41:16 AM shakespeareansushi
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* The Tumblr ask blog ''Blog/AskBenSolo'' depicts Ben as being asexual. (Bonus: the posts about his asexuality are tagged with "ace in space.")
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