I Am Ace

Advice on Living Your Best Asexual Life

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Pub Date 21 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 18 Jan 2023

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How do I know if I'm actually sexual?
How do I come out as asexual?
What kinds of relationship can I have as an ace person?
If you are looking for answers to these questions, Cody is here to help. Within these pages lie all the advice you need as a questioning ace teen.
Tackling everything from what asexuality is, the asexual spectrum and tips on coming out, to intimacy, relationships, acephobia and finding joy, this guide will help you better understand your asexual identity alongside deeply relatable anecdotes drawn from Cody's personal experience.
Whether you are ace, demi, gray-ace or not sure yet, this book will give you the courage and confidence to embrace your authentic self and live your best ace life.

How do I know if I'm actually sexual?
How do I come out as asexual?
What kinds of relationship can I have as an ace person?
If you are looking for answers to these questions, Cody is here to help...


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ISBN 9781839972621
PRICE £12.99 (GBP)
PAGES 208

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I was interested in reading this book because I wanted to learn more about asexuality. This book provides an excellent and accessible introduction to asexuality and the asexual spectrum; I would recommend it anyone who wants a better window into this under-represented and misunderstood group, but especially to anyone pondering how they fit into the broad realm of human sexuality, to parents trying to understand their children, and to educators and counselors.

I could not have asked for a better introduction to this topic.

(I will post a mini-review of this on my blog on July 23, and will prompt again in January upon the book's publication.)

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