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How to Tell if You’re Asexual

Have you ever met someone and instantly felt the urge to have sex with them? If your answer was not an immediate and definite yes, then you are asexual. Congratulations! Believe it or not, finding out is actually the easy part. The hard part is coming to terms with it. So I hope this blog will be able to help you with that!…

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Asexual Film Review: Lucifer

When discussing asexuality in film, Lucifer is not the first thing that springs to mind. It’s brazen depictions of nudity almost remind me of “The Wolf of Wall Street”. But if you can get past that, it’s a really great show with fantastic asexual representation. The plot is that Lucifer…

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Success Stories: Anelisa

This week, I am featuring our very first success story! I got permission to share Anelisa’s story from Acebook, where she met her queer platonic partner. I came on here because I wanted to share my success story! I joined Acebook 6 years ago so I see myself as a…

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An Asexual Perspective on Sex Dreams

I’ve been wondering about asexual perspectives on dreams for a while now, so was very excited when Constance Bougie introduced the topic. More specifically, I wanted to examine asexual perspectives on sex dreams. According to AVEN, the majority of asexual people do not have sex dreams in the traditional sense,…

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The Five Stages of Sexual Attraction

After reading Understanding Asexuality, I wanted to share a small section of the book that I found interesting. Bogaert calls this “The A, B, C, and D’s of Sex”. Though I wasn’t too keen on the name so I decided to call it “The Five Stages of Sexual Attraction”. The…

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Asexual Book Review: Understanding Asexuality

Asexuality can be defined as an enduring lack of sexual attraction. Thus, asexual individuals do not find (and perhaps never have) others sexually appealing. Some consider “asexuality” as a fourth category of sexual orientation, distinct from heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality. However, there is also recent evidence that the label “asexual”…

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