I can relate. I go through phases, of sorts, where I'm really uncomfortable with talking about asexuality. It doesn't help that I live in Mississippi, which isn't particularly known for being LGBT+ friendly, and if someone is super homophobic I really don't want to talk about it with them.I admit, whenever I see it is this day again I feel a little conflicted. It's no secret that I'm asexual and if anybody were to ask I would tell them that. But at the same time it isn't something I am comfortable talking about publicly/spontaneously and so most of the people I know in real life don't know that I'm asexual. Or that I'm panromantic either. And it just feels so uncomfortable to explain that information about myself to friends and family.