I believe in education case by case more than I believe in waving a flag while walking in the street, but that may be related to the fact I'm disabled and walking is complicated for me.
I'm part of the LGBTQA+ since very long, but because of lack of education, I didn't even know that there were existing other people like me before 3 years ago. I thought I was an error, happens I'm not, I'm just part of the Asexual spectrum.
Most of people know at least the L and G letters of the spectrum, sometimes they understand that being Bisexual in couple doesn't mean that they become suddenly either hetero or homosexual but there is very little education regarding asexuality.
Being asexual means that you have no sexual drive, someone who is asexual can love someone romantically but have no desire to have sexual relationship.
There have been a lot of studies trying to understand and give a reason to Asexuality, as would say my therapist, it's mostly because sexual drive is so common and hard to control that someone who doesn't have it seems to have a "problem" somewhere, like they aren't working perfectly.
No studies enlightened anything really specific regarding Asexuality so it shouldn't be considered as an anomaly.. Which - believe me - can be really hard for people to accept.
This part is mostly to explain what is super rude when you're facing someone who is telling you that they are Asexual.