Here is the round-up of submissions to the January 2018 Carnival of Aces.
Of the many labels out there, how many would I claim as my “identity”?
This month's Carnival of Aces is about Identity, what it means and how we construct it.
The ace community is commonly divided into those who experience romantic attraction and those who don’t. But what if you're neither?
The thing about being platoniromantic is that, until very recently, there was no vocabulary to describe it.
I respect your right to ship. Please respect my right not to.
The year I spent doing my Master’s in English helped me to build asexual awareness, learn to write about asexuality, and figure out my thoughts on romance.
Relationship Ed would allow people of all sexual orientations to participate equally, learning the skills they need for their sexual and non-sexual relationships.
Whereas many people both within and outside of the ace community distinguish romantic from platonic touch, platoniromantic people see no difference between the two.
What if we made our own celebration of all things ace? What would it look like? And who would “we” be?