Paul Cornell, “The Making of ‘Scream of the Shalka’”
While a great character summary, I feel I must point out that they gave him a granddaughter in the first episode…so unless Susan was a clone like the later Doctor’s Daughter, he was never completely asexual.
This is wrong on so many levels - I’m not trying to be rude, sorry, but you obviously lack some information both about the Whoniverse and about asexuality.
First of all read this, to educate yourself about the fact that Time Lords DO actually reproduce through an artificial process that resembles cloning, and how that relates to Susan.
Secondly, even if you don’t agree with the existence of looms — I think you’re confusing “asexual” with “sterile”. Asexual people can have sex. Asexual people can have children.
Asexuality is a lack of ATTRACTION. It means we aren’t sexually attracted to people. That’s basically the only thing it means. And sure, this means we’re a lot less likely to have sex, as we have less interest in it. Doesn’t mean we can’t, for other reasons. (Because it feels good, for the benefit of a partner, because of the health benefits, because in this day and age we are constantly judged by our sexual value…) But having sex does not negate our sexual orientation. (A gay guy doesn’t suddenly turn straight by having sex with a woman. If they did, they’d be a lot less self-hating, repressed, closeted gay guys out there.)
And… you know what, back to point one. Time Lords don’t need to have sex to have children.