A Request From The Other Side
I respect the rights of all asexual people not to have sex as it is not part of their make up and they do not desire it.
But if you are asexual, I would ask you to think VERY carefully about becoming involved in any relationship with a person who IS sexual. The outcome of these relationships is extremely distressing for one (or both) sides and makes for unhappiness and lack of a satisfactory relationship for both. It may also impact on any children you may have . . . .
If you are not sure what I'm talking about, I encourage you to read stories and forum posts in "I live in a sexless marriage". The majority of posters there are sexual people whose partners do not want sex - for a variety of reasons. You will find it sad reading, but it may help you to understand my request.
I encourage you to be open and honest with prospective partners about your asexuality. I do realise that, as asexuals are in the minority in the community, that you may find yourself with limited partner options. But I can assure you that, if you become involved in a relationship with a sexual person, your incompatibilities will eventually destroy your relationship.
I wish everyone a happy, healthy and rewarding life - a life that is lived on your own terms and without compromise. And relationships that are satisfactory and fulfilling to BOTH partners.