Asexual people do not necessarily need therapy for being asexual. However, asexual people may benefit from therapy if they experience negative reactions from other individuals who are judgmental in regards to their lack of traditional sexual desires.
Those who identify as asexual may experience discrimination from some people when they inform them of their asexuality. These negative reactions can pile on and potentially create the need for therapy.
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