A Quick & Easy Guide to Asexuality

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Pub Date 29 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 09 Mar 2022
Oni Press, Limerence Press

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This book is for anyone who wants to learn about asexuality, and for Ace people themselves, to validate their experiences.

Asexuality is often called The Invisible Orientation. You don’t learn about it in school, you don’t hear “ace” on television. So, it’s kinda hard to be ace in a society so steeped in sex that no one knows you exist. Too many young people grow up believing that their lack of sexual desire means they are broken – so writer Molly Muldoon and cartoonist Will Hernandez, both in the ace community, are here to shed light on society’s misconceptions of asexuality and what being ace is really like. This book is for anyone who wants to learn about asexuality, and for Ace people themselves, to validate their experiences. Asexuality is a real identity and it’s time the world recognizes it. Here’s to being invisible no more! 
This book is for anyone who wants to learn about asexuality, and for Ace people themselves, to validate their experiences.

Asexuality is often called The Invisible Orientation. You don’t learn about...

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Short, sweet introduction to the topic of asexuality. Well put together - loving these small gender and sexuality guides!

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Very very good resource that is very much needed in our libraries! I would say, as someone who identifies as asexual, that it didn't really answer any of my own personal questions because, it's all up in the air and you really never know the answer until... you figure it out yourself? But for people who have idea what asexuality or aromanticism is, this is absolutely a great resource for understanding the basics of it all. My only qualms is that the eyes are creepy.

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