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19th May '18 2:58:51 PM RobTan
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'' is functionally asexual and aromantic. He's a CelibateHero who is never even implied to experience feelings of attraction to anybody. However, whether he is naturally asexual or has trained himself to ignore any sex drive he may have out of devotion to duty is unclear.
4th May '18 9:40:11 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''Franchise/ArchieComics'': Jughead has dabbled in the occasional flirt, but always returns to his one true love: [[BigEater food]]. As of [[ComicBook/ArchieComics2015 2016]], he explicitly identifies as asexual in the reboot comics, and writer Chip Zdarsky has confirmed that he considers Jughead to always have been asexual even if past writers didn't have a word for it yet. Zdarsky's successor Ryan North is also writing Jughead as asexual.

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* ''Franchise/ArchieComics'': ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'': Jughead has dabbled in the occasional flirt, but always returns to his one true love: [[BigEater food]]. As of [[ComicBook/ArchieComics2015 2016]], he explicitly identifies as asexual in the reboot comics, and writer Chip Zdarsky has confirmed that he considers Jughead to always have been asexual even if past writers didn't have a word for it yet. Zdarsky's successor Ryan North is also writing Jughead as asexual.
3rd May '18 9:55:53 AM rmctagg09
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** It is hinted that[[spoiler: Sasaki may have romantic feelings for Kyon in her last interaction with him]].

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** It is hinted that[[spoiler: Sasaki that[[spoiler:Sasaki may have romantic feelings for Kyon in her last interaction with him]].
2nd May '18 11:10:37 AM Invaderxana23
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** It is hinted that[[spoiler: Sasaki may have romantic feelings for Kyon in her last interaction with him]].
1st May '18 7:21:43 PM LadyNorbert
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* ''How to be a Normal Person'' by T.J. Klune is a QueerRomance novel about a man named Gustavo who meets for an asexual stoner named Casey.

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* ''How to be a Normal Person'' by T.J. Klune is a QueerRomance novel about a man named Gustavo who meets for an asexual stoner named Casey.



** The protagonist Jean Valjean also conspicuously has no romantic pairings, though he does have some significant interactions with women, most notably Fantine and her daughter Cosette. He has no desire to find a partner of his own either, as he believes himself thoroughly fulfilled in life so long as his adopted daughter loves him. Even in the backstory, the family he provided for was that of his sister's and not his own.

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** The protagonist Jean Valjean also conspicuously has no romantic pairings, though he does have some significant interactions with women, most notably Fantine and her daughter Cosette. He has no desire to find a partner of his own either, as he believes himself thoroughly fulfilled in life so long as his adopted daughter loves him. Even in the backstory, the family he provided for was that of his sister's sister, and not his own.
23rd Apr '18 4:48:00 PM Pisthetairos
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* Rorschach in ''ComicBook/Watchmen'' shows no interest in sex, even seeming repusled by it and seems generally bitter towards women.

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* Rorschach in ''ComicBook/Watchmen'' ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' shows no interest in sex, even seeming repusled by it and seems generally bitter towards women.


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* Silas from ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode'' is asexual, having rejected sex after a youth flooded with sexual abuse. He is definitely not portrayed positively.
16th Apr '18 9:06:37 PM BlazingTrolls
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* While Maya Amano of ''VideoGame/Persona2'' can be romanced by Tatsuya in ''Innocent Sin'', and both Tatsuya and Katsuya have obvious crushes on her when she becomes the protagonist in ''Eternal Punishment'', she can't romance either of them, and according to WordOfGod via the ''Persona World Guidance'' book, she doesn't feel that way about either of the Suou brothers, and is described by her roommate and best friend [[LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces Ulala]] as being more interested in advancing her journalism career than pursuing a relationship. This is reflected by her signature persona Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt who vowed eternal virginity and generally eschewed relationships.
16th Apr '18 7:22:56 PM Timber
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* While Maya Amano of ''VideoGame/Persona2'' can be romanced by Tatsuya in ''Innocent Sin'' and can romance Tatsuya or Katsuya in ''Eternal Punishment'', according to WordOfGod via the ''Persona World Guidance'' book, she doesn't feel that way about either of the Suou brothers, and is described by her roommate and best friend [[LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces Ulala]] as being more interested in advancing her journalism career than pursuing a relationship. This is reflected by her signature persona Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt who vowed eternal virginity and generally eschewed relationships.

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* While Maya Amano of ''VideoGame/Persona2'' can be romanced by Tatsuya in ''Innocent Sin'' Sin'', and can romance both Tatsuya or and Katsuya have obvious crushes on her when she becomes the protagonist in ''Eternal Punishment'', she can't romance either of them, and according to WordOfGod via the ''Persona World Guidance'' book, she doesn't feel that way about either of the Suou brothers, and is described by her roommate and best friend [[LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces Ulala]] as being more interested in advancing her journalism career than pursuing a relationship. This is reflected by her signature persona Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt who vowed eternal virginity and generally eschewed relationships.
14th Apr '18 10:22:19 AM rmctagg09
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** This 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 generally depicted the Doctor as at the very least heteroromantic with explicit LoveInterests like Grace Holloway, Rose and River Song, although it seems that he never want beyond kissing with any of them.

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** This 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 generally depicted the Doctor as at the very least heteroromantic with explicit LoveInterests like Grace Holloway, Rose and River Song, although it seems that he never want went beyond kissing with any of them.
14th Apr '18 1:36:16 AM RobTan
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** This 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 generally depicted the Doctor as at the very least heteroromantic with explicit LoveInterests like Grace Holloway, Rose and River Song.

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** This 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 generally depicted the Doctor as at the very least heteroromantic with explicit LoveInterests like Grace Holloway, Rose and River Song.Song, although it seems that he never want beyond kissing with any of them.
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