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Diese Liste basiert teilweise auf einer Sammlung von Andrew Hinderliter. Literatur nach 2014 wurde bislang nicht eingepflegt.


  • Bogaert, A. F. (2012). Understanding Asexuality. Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers., ISBN 9781442201019
 Wichtigstes Buch zum Thema
  • Aicken, Catherine ; Catherine H. Mercer & Jackie A. Cassella. (2013). Who reports absence of sexual attraction in Britain? Evidence from national probability surveys. Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 121-135.
  • Bishop, C. J. (ed) 2013. A mystery wrapped in an enigma – asexuality: a virtual discussion. Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 179-192.
  • Bogaert A.F. (2004) Asexuality: Its Prevalence and Associated Factors in a National Probability Sample. Journal of Sex Research, 41, 279-287
 Bekannteste Studie zum Thema Asexualität, schätzt die Quote in der Bevölkerung auf ca. 1%
  • Bogaert A. F. (2006). Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Asexuality. Review of General Psychology, 10, 241-250 hier online
  • Bogaert, A. F. (2008). Asexuality: Dysfunction or variation. in J. M Caroll & M. K. Alena (eds). Psychological Sexual Dysfunctions. New York: Nova Biomedical Books. pp. 9-13.
  • Bogaert, A. F. (2012). Asexuality and Autochorissexualism (Identity-Less Sexuality). Archives of Sexual Behavior, 41. 1513-1514.
  • Bogaert, Anthony F. 2013. The demography of asexuality. International Handbook on the Demography of Sexuality, ed. by Amanda K. Baulme, 275-288. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Brotto, L. A., Knudson, G., Inskip, J., Rhodes, K., & Erskine, Y. (2010). Asexuality: A mixed methods approach. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 39, 599-618.
  • Brotto, L. A., Yule, M. A. (2009) Reply to Hinderliter [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 38. 622-623
  • Brotto, L. A., & Yule, M. A. (2011). Physiological and Subjective Sexual Arousal in Self-Identified Asexual Women, Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40, 699-712
  • Carrigan, M. (2011) There’s more to life than sex? Difference and commonality within the asexual community. Sexualities, 14, 462-478.
  • Carrigan, Mark A. (2012). How Do You Know You Don’t Like It If You Haven’t Tried It? In Morrison, T. G.; M. A. Morrison; M. A. Carrigan; D. T. McDermott (eds). Sexual Minority Research in the New Millennium. 3-20.
  • Carrigan, Mark. (2013). Asexuality and its implications for sexuality studies. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 1.
  • Carrigan, Mark; Kristina Gupta, & Todd G. Morrison. (2013). Asexuality special theme issue editorial. Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 110-120.
  • Cerankowski, Karli June. (2013). Queer dandy style: The cultural politics of Tim Gunn's asexuality. WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly, 41. 226-244.
  • Cerankowski Karli Jun, Megan Milks. (2010) New Orientations: Asexuality and Its Implications for Theory and Practice. Feminist Studies, 36, 650-664.
  • Chasin, CJ. D. (2011). Theoretical issues in the study of asexuality. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 40, 713-723.
  • Chasin, CJ DeLuzio. 2013. Reconsidering Asexuality and Its Radical Potential. Feminist Studies, 39. 405-426.
  • Erro, N. (2011). Asexy pioneer: Asexuality versus eroticism in Willa Cather’s O Pioneers!, Inquire: Journal of Comparative Literature, 1.
  • Fahs. B. (2010). Radical refusals: On the anarchist politics of women choosing asexuality. Sexualities, 13. 445-461.
  • Flore, Jacinthe. (2013). HSDD and asexuality: a question of instruments Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 152-166.
  • Gazzola, S. B. & M. A. Morrison. (2012). Asexuality: An Emergent Sexual Orientation. In Morrison, T. G.; M. A. Morrison; M. A. Carrigan; D. T. McDermott (eds). Sexual Minority Research in the New Millennium. 21-44.
  • Gressgård, Randi. (2013). Asexuality: from pathology to identity and beyond. Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 179-192.
  • Gupta, Kristina. (2013). Picturing Space for Lesbian Nonsexualities: Rethinking Sex-Normative Commitments through The Kids Are All Right (2010). Journal of Lesbian Studies, 17. 103-118.
  • Hinderliter, A.C. (2009) Methodological Issues for Studying Asexuality [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 38. 619-621
  • Hinderliter, Andrew C. (2013). How is asexuality different from hypoactive sexual desire disorder? Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 167-178.
  • Höglund, Jannike; Patrick Jern, N. Kenneth Sandnabba, and Pekka Santtila. (2014). Finnish Women and Men Who Self-Report No Sexual Attraction in the Past 12 Months: Prevalence, Relationship Status, and Sexual Behavior History. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 43. 879-889.
  • Hughes, L. (2011). The presence of absence: Asexuality and the creation of resistance, gnovis, 12
  • Johnson, M. T. (1977) "Asexual and Autoerotic Women: Two invisible groups." in ed. Gorchros H.L. and Gochros J.S. The Sexually Oppressed. New York: Associated Press.
   Erste bekannte Erwähnung des Begriffs asexuell mit Bezug zum Menschen in der Wissenschaft
  • Kim, EJ. (2010). How much sex is healthy? The pleasures of asexuality. in J. M. Metzl and A. Kirkland (eds). Against Health: How Health Became the New Morality. New York: New York University Press. pp. 157-169
  • Kim, EJ. (2011). Asexuality in disability narratives, Sexualities, 14, 479-493.
  • MacInnis, Cara C, & Gordon Hodson. 2012. Intergroup bias toward “Group X”: Evidence of prejudice, dehumanization, avoidance, and discrimination against asexuals. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 15. 725-743.
  • Pacho, Agata. (2013). Establishing asexual identity: The essential, the imaginary, and the collective. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 10. 13-35.
  • Poston, D. L., & Baumle, A. K. (2010). Patterns of Asexuality in the United States. Demographic Research, 23, 509-530.
  • Prause, N & Graham, C. A. (2007) Asexuality: Classification and Clarification. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 36, 341-35. hier online
  • Przybylo, E. (2011) Crisis and safety: The asexual in sexusociety. Sexualities, 14, 444-461.
  • Przybylo, E. (2013) Producing facts: Empirical asexuality and the scientific study of sex. Feminism & Psychology, 23. 224-242.
  • Przybylo, Ela. (2013). Afterword: some thoughts on asexuality as an interdisciplinary method. Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 193-194.
  • Scherrer, K. (2008). Coming to an Asexual Identity: Negotiating Identity, Negotiating Desire. Sexualities, 11, 621-641
  • Scherrer, K. (2010). Asexual Relationships: What does asexuality have to do with polyamory? in M. Barker and D. Langdridge (eds.) Understanding Non-Monogamies. Taylor & Francis. New York.
  • Scherrer, K. S. (2010). What Asexuality Contributes to the Same-Sex Marriage Discussion. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services,, 22, 56-73
  • Van Houdenhove, Ellen; Luk Gijs, Guy T’Sjoen, & Paul Enzlin. in press. Asexuality: Few facts, many questions. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy.
  • Yule, Morag A.; Lori A. Brotto & Boris B. Gorzalka. (2013). Mental health and interpersonal functioning in self-identified asexual men and women Psychology and Sexuality, 4. 136-151.
  • Yule, Morag A.; Lori A. Brotto & Boris B. Gorzalka. (in press). Biological markers of asexuality: Handedness, birth order, and finger length ratios in self-identified asexual men and women. Archives of Sexual Behavior
  • Yule, M.A., Brotto, L.A., & Gorzalka, B.B. (2014). Sexual fantasy and masturbation among asexual individuals. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. 89-95
  • Fedtke, Jana. (2013). 53X + M3 = O? [sex + me = no result?]: Tropes of asexuality in literature and film. Doctoral dissertation. University of South Carolina.
  • Haefner, C. (2011). Asexual scripts: A grounded theory inquiry into the intrapsychic scripts asexuals use to negotiate romantic relationships. Doctoral dissertation. Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, California.
  • McClave, Caroline. 2013. Asexuality as a spectrum: A national probability sample comparison to the sexual community in the UK. MA Thesis.
  • Przybylo, E. (2011). Asexuality and the feminist politics of 'not doing it.' MA Thesis.
  • Sundrud, J. L. (2011). Performing asexuality through narratives of sexual identity. MA Thesis.
  • Yule, M. A. (2011). Furthering our understanding of asexuality: An investigation into the biological markers of asexuality, and the development of the asexuality identification scale. MA Thesis.
  • Boston Marriages: Romantic But Asexual Relationships Among Contemporary Lesbians, Verlag University of Massachusetts Press, ISBN 0870238760
  • Leather Spinsters and Their Degrees of Asexuality (E-Book), St.Mary Publishing Company of Houston.
  • Just Friends: The Social Distinction Between Sexual and Nonsexual Relationships, Autoren David Jay, Prof. Mary Ann Clawson.
  • Referat Theorien der Sexualität: Asexualität, Autoren Roland Spitzlinger, Hermann Böhm.
  • Asexuality: A preliminary investigation, Autoren Nicole Prause, C. A. Graham, Indiana University Bloomington.
  • Seminararbeit Phänomen Asexualität, (unbekannt), hier online

Coming out

Leider gibt es noch kaum Literatur zum Thema Asexualität, und erst recht nocht keine zum Thema Coming out. Aber es gibt eine große Anzahl von Coming out-Literatur für Lesben und Schwule, die vor demselben Problem stehen.

  • Out and Proud - Willkommen in deiner neuen Welt, Autor Stephan Niederwieser, Verlag Bruno Gmünder, ISBN 3861879948 (das Buch richtet sich an Schwule - behandelt aber auch andere Gruppen, wie z.B. Asexuelle)
  • Coming out total - der Ratgeber für ein selbstbewusstes Leben, Autor Rolf Winiarski, Verlag Bruno Gmünder, ISBN 3861873230
  • Gemischte Gefühle - ein Lesebuch zur sexuellen Orientierung, Autoren Joachim Braun und Beate Martin, Verlag Rowohlt Tb., ISBN 3499608359


  • Edmund’s got no point, Autor: Edmund Fortuin,
  • Nonlibidoism: The short facts,
  • Strangers in a Strange Land, Autor: Geraldin Levi Joosten-van Vilsteren,


  • A History of Celibacy, Autorin: Elizabeth Abbott, Verlag Da Capo Press, ISBN 0306810417


Alles, was in keine der oberen Kategorien passt, aber trotzdem lesenswert ist.

  • Neosexualitäten: Über den kulturellen Wandel von Liebe und Perversion, Autor: Volkmar Sigusch, Verlag Campus, ISBN 3593377241
  • The Social Organization of Sexuality: Sexual Practices in the United States, Autoren: Edward O. Laumann, Robert T. Michael, Stuart Michaels, Verlag University of Chicago Press, ISBN 0226470202 (Asexualität zwar nicht das Thema, zeigte aber auf, dass von 3500 Befragten 13 % seit einem Jahr keinen Sex hatten, 2 % ihr ganzes Leben nicht)
  • Relationship of Serum Testosterone Concentrations to Mate Preferences in Rams, Autoren: Charles E. Roselli, Fred Stormshak, John N. Stellflug, John A. Resko, Society for the Study of Reproduction Inc. (Studie über das sexuelle Verhalten von Schafböcken. 2-3 % zeigte keinerlei sexuelles Interesse).