Carnival of Aces: Asexuals, Allies, and Advocacy

There was a Carnival of Aces held in September, but the host never posted the link summary, and I lost contact with them afterwards.  So I’m posting the link summary, over a month late.  The theme was “Asexuals, Allies, and Advocacy.”

Note that the Carnival of Aces is still ongoing for November!  It’s being hosted by Beyond the Rainbow, with the theme “Expectations in friendships/relationships”.

Mundo Heterogéneo had an example of a good ally to the asexual community.

Krogan Brogan explained the value of a closed asexual group.

High Intensity Discharge felt like a puzzle piece that didn’t fit.

LuvTheHeaven describes many ways to be allies (or not allies).

Criquetcoi says what they’d like allies to do.

Demi Gray says “ally” is a word with limitations.

Ace in Lace says allies are important, but rare.

Sara K wants allies to mention asexuality.

Taka has a personal story about an ally.

Aqua talks about allies and “allies”

About Siggy

Siggy is an ace activist based in the U.S. He is gay gray-A, and has a Ph.D. in physics. He has another blog where he also talks about math, philosophy, godlessness, and social criticism. His other hobbies include board games and origami.
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3 Responses to Carnival of Aces: Asexuals, Allies, and Advocacy

  1. Aqua says:

    That’s unfortunate you lost contact with the host of this carnival, but I’m glad the summary is up! I wrote a submission, but it’s not on there:

  2. Pingback: There are a Variety of Ways to Be an Ally to Asexuals | From Fandom to Family: Sharing my many thoughts

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