Recently Tristifere and Katie both called for Americans to make room for more international perspectives on asexuality or its analogues. The tendency so far, is that voices from the US, Canada, UK, and Australia dominate the discourse, and universalize their own experiences. In the past, a few blogs have discussed asexuality in Spanish and German, and we here have discussed asexuality in Japan, and antisexuality in Russia, but clearly there could be a lot more.
We are interested in showing more international perspectives, especially ones that challenge the predominant English-speaking views. If you can offer such a perspective, either because you’ve lived outside the dominant countries, or because you’ve participated in non-English communities online, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may do a guest post or interview (in text, not in person). We prefer interviews simply because it’s common for people to offer guest posts and then never get around to writing them.