Today, A is for asexual. Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction, and/or the lack of desire for sexual activity. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy because most celibate people do have sexual attraction and desire. Furthermore, some asexual people have sex for reproduction or to please their partner. Many asexual people have romantic, but not sexual, relationships. They categorize themselves as heteroromantic, homoromantic, biromantic, or aromantic. There are also grey-asexuals, sometimes called semisexuals or hyposexuals, who experience sexual attraction, but not enough to act on, or only enjoy sex under certain, limited circumstances. There are also demisexuals who only feel sexual attraction after a strong emotional bond is established.
Now you must be asking, what does any of this have to do with intersex? Certainly intersex people come in all sexual orientations including asexual ones. Due to the terrible outcome of genital surgeries, both in terms of sensation, and function some intersex people live celibate. Without the orgasmic incentive to be sexual, and the fact that many potential partners would not accept intersexuality, many intersex people are somewhat grey-asexual. They have limited desire and limited opportunities for sex. Whether this is true, innate asexuality, or a socially forced asexuality is a matter of debate.
Obviously asexuality does not apply to all intersex people, or even a majority of them. That being said, there still is a connection between the two, and thus I gave asexuality a post.