I'm on the Ace side of things. As a teen I thought I was Demisexual but it turns out that was just undiagnosed reactive attachment disorder (spooky) so now I consider myself Greysexual since I'm mostly Ace, but can get up to mischief.
Though lately said mischief has been triggering a disgust in me, so maybe I'm slowly changing into a different kind of Asexual yet again? This feels like pokemon evolution lol. Good thing sexuality is a fluid thing - speaking of fluidity, I also consider myself "Homoflexible".
I can find it quite perplexing how people can see others as being sexually attractive by objectifying them just on there appearance.
In fact I find this quite upsetting when I'm around people that openly express this.
For me I find that attraction is something that develops through engaging with an individual and making a deeper meaningful connection.
Which is probably why when people ask me about the type of person I'm attracted to that I'm unable to give a definition. When I do feel an attraction towards another, that attraction is as unique as the individual because it is founded on who they are as an individual and there unique qualities.