I wonder if the people who deny gray-asexuality also view sex-repulsion as a trait that only asexual people can have. Because if so, being sex-repulsed would disqualify someone from being allo (since, again, we’re dealing with the identity police here). And that would mean a sex-repulsed person who identifies as gray-asexual must “actually” be asexual.
On the other hand, if sex-repulsion is not classed as an asexual-exclusive experience, and if even allosexuals can be strongly sex-repulsed, then… gee, it’s almost as if experiencing sexual attraction doesn’t bar you from finding some aspects of asexual discourse useful.
Huh. How about that.