This blog may be young, but the Carnival of Aces has had a huge impact on its history.
How might our ideas about shipping be different if an asexual discourse had existed in the 1990s?
How long have I been out as asexual? That's a complicated question. Here's my complicated answer.
Being demisexual means I don't pursue sex the way I'm "supposed" to, but sometimes desire it when I'm not "supposed" to. For a long time, I was ashamed of both of these things.
It’s not that I think dichotomies like “asexual”/“allosexual” and “voluntary celibate”/“involuntary celibate” are meaningless. But I find them, at best, an awkward fit for my own experience.
I dislike toxic masculinity in heroes, but am much more tolerant of it in supporting characters. Why?
My friends are buying houses, getting married, and having children. Do they still have any room in their lives for someone like me?
Of the many labels out there, how many would I claim as my “identity”?
A roundup of all my Alan Rickman reviews, and some thoughts on the series.
The ace community is commonly divided into those who experience romantic attraction and those who don’t. But what if you're neither?