This week is Asexual Awareness Week, I keep seeing posts on the internet, mostlyTumblr, about how a lot of Asexuals felt like they were “broken” before they learned of the more clinical term, and of the supportive online community. The Asexual Visibility campaign has been gaining a lot of traction. Seems like every few weeks there’s another article somewhere about it. Which is cool. More people knowing about it means fewer people think that they’re “broken”. Trust me, I’ve been there and it sucks. Read the rest at Issues of Humanity.
- Asexual Identification, Masochism, and Self-Harm (theacetheist.wordpress.com)
- A (very) brief guide to asexuality (theconfusedramblingsofasociallyawkwardteen.wordpress.com)
- How to Throw an Awesome Asexual Coming Out Party (dontkidnaptheprincess.wordpress.com)
- I Am Not Your Sex Cheerleader (asexualagenda.wordpress.com)