Of late, I’ve been thinking less in terms of, “Which characters are canonically asexual?” or even, “Which characters do I headcanon as asexual?”, and more in terms of, “Who are my asexual icons?”
How might our ideas about shipping be different if an asexual discourse had existed in the 1990s?
I don't claim to understand it or even to like it, but something about it touches me.
One of the great Christmas classics!
I respect your right to ship. Please respect my right not to.
What is romance? How does it differ from friendship? Which relationships qualify and which ones don’t?
Not a great adaptation of not a great Shakespeare play.
The personal and professional trials of a humble priest living in a small English town.