One of my arguments against the push to legalize gay marriage is that we don't know where it will stop. What "rights" will we be protecting next. I may have an answer.
Asexuals – the fourth sexual orientation
There appears to be a small movement to have this group recognized with one researcher even suggesting they be afforded protection.
"We want asexuality to be recognised as a valid sexual orientation, rather than a disorder or something people have to hide."
So companies will now have to hire a certain percentage of asexual employees. Schools will not be able to discriminate against the sexless. Political campaigns will scramble over themselves to have at last a couple of asexual staff members on staff just to show they are inclusive. Finally, we will have to ask all visitors to the hospital if they have sex out of fear of not allowing an asexual person to visit their, um, partner?
It's going to be confusing.
Read the article, it's short but entertaining. While reading it I thought that it was like something straight out of The Onion but they are clearly serious.