"Some people who identify as ace fall under the GLBT umbrella while many others do not. Members of the queer movement have reached out to asexuals to include them in their community. The acronym for this has now become GLBTQA (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and asexual)."
“I was 14 when I first realized I had no interest in sex,” Jed Strohm, a happily satisfied, romantic asexual from upstate New York, said. “I identified as ace (asexual) and the group leader said I was too attractive.”
“Some of the asexuals I know that do date choose to stay within ace-minded communities for that reason, in that it’s kind of awkward to go on the first date and say, ‘Oh, by the way…’ But some of the people I know are very blunt about it, and it works for them.”
“I feel like I am part of a marginalized community as a queer, trans ace [slang for asexual],” said Lee, a first year bioengineering student at University of Washington, who is starting a club for asexuals on their campus.
For one thing, despite everything, including STDs at a time when there was no cure, it hasn't worked yet. Not even Cardinals, and probably Popes, can make it work. It's a worthless method except for the 1% of humans who are "Aces" (asexual) due to a genetic absence of a certain gene.