I’m on the ace spectrum myself. I’d say some people who are asexual see it more as not finding others sexually attractive vs not feeling the need to have both, and both of those are correct. It’s such a broad umbrella term.
I’m somewhere on the demi/greyace spectrum (meaning I’ve experienced sexual attraction with a person I’ve had a very deep connection with before but that connection has to be there). And I think thats a part of why this community feels to me. So much of the content I found was really fantastic relationships that took an incredible amount of trust for the tiny/giant to form a bond. There’s a delicate balance that needs to be found in those relationships. And that sense of safety too that first drew me in with being in a giant’s hands/incredibly special feeling of being the object of someone’s affection who is so much bigger than you. The increased emotional intimacy is what does it for me I think.
It’s a difference I’ve noticed a lot from the time I was in the giantess community (women’s bodies just felt so overtly sexualized there that even when I found more of those gentle stories, it didn’t feel like a natural build of attraction) versus in the giant community. Sure there is some of the same type of content, but I find it easier to find that deep bond building when its a giant man and a tiny vs a giant woman and a tiny.
Sometimes I can find it hard to relate to people in this community, but there are still a lot of people who love fluff, and even those who don’t tend to be respectful. In some ways I find it a bit easier to be open about my sexuality in a kink community like this because people are generally more primed on a broad spectrum of things.