This is an interesting article by Talia on asexual agenda. I find this particularly insightful:
I often wonder if sex-favourable asexual people are such a minority because their experiences often do not make sense in asexual discourse and so they don’t stay in (or even join) the community because it’s not useful to them. I’ve long avoided the AVEN forums and the asexual tag on Tumblr because the way that many people write about asexuality there does not include me. I feel more at home in allosexual communities and you will find me responding to their censuses because I happen to be there.
However I’m intrigued as to how, if at all, we should see the category Gray-A as overlapping with sex-favourable. Furthermore, what’s the potential extension of the latter category? The more I’ve read, the more I realised that ‘sex-positive asexuality’ (as I called it in my first paper) slipped out of my later writing partly because I saw little empirical evidence of it (potentially indicating how much things have changed since 2008), partly because it confused me conceptually and partly because many experiences I saw as distinctively Gray-A might now come to be categorised by the people in question as sex-favourable. I’m also curious about the phenomenological boundary between desire and attraction – how does this play out over time and shift in the context of a relationship? One of the reasons I’ve found the category of Gray-A interesting is because a lot of people could potentially fall into it e.g. a common experience of the loss of sexual attraction but continuing sexual desire within a long-term sexual relationship.