Like I said I don't want to have debate with you but I'll try and make my point clear. I get off to burps, I don't have to watch a video to get off to someone burping. Listening to a recording does the same thing. So that right there proves that it's not the person that's i'm aroused by it's them burping that gets me aroused. If I hear a burp but don't see the person it won't matter because I'm still aroused regardless. I don't have to picture any person in my mind, the sound of a loud burp can get me hard. Anyway getting aroused by something is not the same thing as sexual attraction because people are turned on by many different things including objects. Lastly I am asexual this isn't something I'm pulling out of my ass, I have no desire to have sex with any gender.
This is the definition of Asexual
a person who is not interested in or does not desire sexual activity, either within or outside of a relationship. asexuality is not the same as celibacy, which is the willful decision to not act on sexual feelings. asexuals, while not physically sexual-type folks, are none the less quite capable of loving, affectionate, romantic ties to others.
Lastly this should clear everything else up for you. Good day.
Arousal can be and often is involuntary or independent of a mental desire for sex. In other words, just because you body wants sex doesn’t mean YOU do. This is why some rape victims, male and female, experience arousal and even orgasm during their assaults. When aces experience arousal, they don’t always like that it’s happening or enjoy it. They don’t always feel the need to do something about it, like masturbate to orgasm.
When arousal happens in connection with a physical and/or mental sexual desire for another person, that’s sexual attraction. When arousal happens but your mind isn’t on board with the idea of sex, that’s just your body acting in response to some kind of visual, auditory, or sensual stimulation.