Last week, there was an asexuality special theme issue of Psychology & Sexuality. It’s sort of a big deal because it’s several new academic papers all at once.
Few people have access to the journal, so you may have trouble finding copies. If you can’t find a copy, or, like me, are too lazy to read them, I recommend the summaries written by ace-muslim:
- Asexuality special theme issue: Editorial
- Who reports absence of sexual attraction in Britain? Evidence from national probability surveys
- Mental health and interpersonal functioning in self-identified asexual men and women
- How is asexuality different from Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder?
- Asexuality: From pathology to identity and beyond
- Some thoughts on asexuality as an interdisciplinary method
- A mystery wrapped in an enigma – Asexuality: A virtual discussion
- Book review: Understanding Asexuality by Anthony Bogaert
What was the main highlight of this issue for you? Any other thoughts on the articles?
If this discussion interests you, several people are proposing an asexual research reading group. Please join so they can gauge interest.