I haven’t written a post for the Carnival of Aces in a long time, but this month’s theme is ‘writing about asexuality,’ and I guess I do quite a bit of that, so I’ll give it a shot again. I have actually been thinking quite a bit about this topic recently, so it’s kind of fitting that that theme should come up now.
I’ve been writing about asexuality for over three years now. The funny thing is, it’s been getting harder the longer I’ve been doing it. Seems kind of counter-intuitive really – you’d think it’d get easier. I think it has a lot to do with the sorts of things I’ve written about (and wanted to write about) as I’ve developed more as an asexual writer … More Reflections on Writing About Asexuality
That project I’ve been working on? It’s now live! You can visit the site here or by clicking the banner above. The Asexual Story Project is a place where people who identify with the asexual community can share their personal stories about being asexual, coming out, relationships, or anything their heart desires. At present the … More The Asexual Story Project is live!
I am a huge Doctor Who fan. People who know me may have noticed this. It probably accounts for the fact that for my recent birthday, I received a huge TARDIS cutout, a TARDIS teapot, a Dalek book light, and some other things. So when I heard that Alex Kingston (otherwise known as the amazing … More The Tale of the Feminist and the Pop-Culture Convention