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ASEXUALITY 1
Etiology of Asexuality
Brenelys Coro
Ana G. Méndez University
NR502: Proposal
March Session, 2021
Facilitator: Dr. Nancy Woelki
This paper is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the
Master of Nursing Practice degree.

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ASEXUALITY 2
Etiology of Asexuality
Sexuality has gotten used over the years as a means for self-expression and identification
with some of the common sexual orientations. Asexuality is a complex phenomenon since
individuals experience no sexual desire or attraction, begging whether sexuality is enough in the
expression and self-identification given that some individuals do not experience the desire and
interest in sexuality? (Yule, Brotto, & Gorzalka, 2017) Sexual health is as important as mental
and physical well-being, and the latter also plays a significant role in the development of major
components of sexual health. Asexual individuals often face depression and social pressure to
identify with any form of sexual expression as a social acceptance ticket into society. (Yule,
Brotto, & Gorzalka, 2017) The determination of the degree of prevalent factors in asexuality,
identifying common psychological, biological, and social factors, and examining the effect these
factors have on the lack of sexual expression are critical in understanding the concept and
classifying accordingly.
One becomes sexually oriented from as early as middle school and early adolescence, and
several social, physical, and economic factors influence the orientation to a certain degree. (Yan
Wang, 2019)According to studies, social factors may have a higher prevalence in asexuality than
biological and psychological factors. (Jackson, 2017) Biologically, humans, like any other
mammal, are reproductive creatures, which happens through sexual encounters, thus making
sexuality an essential part of a person. (Portillo & Paredes, 2019) Through scholarly articles and
prior research into asexuality, the study will identify common psychological, social, and
biological factors among asexual individuals. The psychological factors such as trauma from
negative sexual encounters, social factors like discrimination on a gender basis, and the

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ASEXUALITY 1 Etiology of Asexuality Brenelys Coro Ana G. Méndez University NR502: Proposal March Session, 2021 Facilitator: Dr. Nancy Woelki This paper is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Nursing Practice degree. ASEXUALITY 2 Etiology of Asexuality Sexuality has gotten used over the years as a means for self-expression and identification with some of the common sexual orientations. Asexuality is a complex phenomenon since individuals experience no sexual desire or attraction, begging whether sexuality is enough in the expression and self-identification given that some individuals do not experience the desire and interest in sexuality? (Yule, Brotto, & Gorzalka, 2017) Sexual health is as important as mental and physical well-being, and the latter also plays a significant role in the development of major components of sexual health. Asexual individuals often face depression and social pressure to identify with any form of sexual expression as a social acceptance ticket into society. (Yule, Brotto, & Gorzalka, 2017) The determination of the degree of prevalent factors in asexuality, identifying common psychological, biological, and social factors, and examining the effect these factors have on the lack of sexual expression are critical in understanding the concept and classifying accordingly. One becomes sexually oriented from as early as middle school and early adolescence, and several social, physical, and economic factors influenc ...
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