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== Research ==
 
== Research ==
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Although researchers in human sexuality have known about the existence of asexuality since at least the late 1940s, little research has been done. Most of what has been done has been recent in 2021.
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Although researchers in human sexuality have known about the existence of asexuality since at least the late 1940s, little research has been done. Most of what has been done has been recent in 2022.
   
 
[[Alfred Kinsey]] was aware of an asexual element in the population but did not pursue the topic. The [[Kinsey scale | Kinsey scale of sexual orientation]] ranged from 0 (completely heterosexual) to 6 (completely homosexual), and Kinsey employed a separate category of ''X'' for those with "no socio-sexual contacts or reactions".<ref name="Kinsey-male">{{cite book|first=Alfred C.|last=Kinsey|year=1948|title=Sexual Behavior in the Human Male|publisher=W.B. Saunders|isbn=0-253-33412-8}}</ref><ref name="Kinsey-female">{{cite book|first=Alfred C.|last=Kinsey|year=1953|title=Sexual Behavior in the Human Female|publisher=W.B. Saunders|isbn=0-253-33411-X}}</ref> He labeled 1.5% of the adult male population as "X"
 
[[Alfred Kinsey]] was aware of an asexual element in the population but did not pursue the topic. The [[Kinsey scale | Kinsey scale of sexual orientation]] ranged from 0 (completely heterosexual) to 6 (completely homosexual), and Kinsey employed a separate category of ''X'' for those with "no socio-sexual contacts or reactions".<ref name="Kinsey-male">{{cite book|first=Alfred C.|last=Kinsey|year=1948|title=Sexual Behavior in the Human Male|publisher=W.B. Saunders|isbn=0-253-33412-8}}</ref><ref name="Kinsey-female">{{cite book|first=Alfred C.|last=Kinsey|year=1953|title=Sexual Behavior in the Human Female|publisher=W.B. Saunders|isbn=0-253-33411-X}}</ref> He labeled 1.5% of the adult male population as "X"

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