Looking for Asexual Agenda contributors

The Asexual Agenda is a blog written by ace-spectrum people, for ace-spectrum people, covering topics at a higher level than what you find in the mainstream news. We talk about experiences, identity politics, intersectionality, academic research, asexual activism, and more.  We also serve as a portal for the asexual blogging community.

It’s that time again, when we seek out new contributors!

What it involves:

We give writers a lot of freedom, and do not instruct them what to write or when to write it.  That means that writers must be self-motivated to seek topics and write about them.  We do, however, often discuss topic ideas, and offer feedback on writing.  No WordPress experience is necessary, since we can easily teach you how to use it.

It also involves a moderate amount of e-mail correspondence.

How to apply:

To apply, please e-mail us at asexualagenda@gmail.com by August 7th.  Briefly (in ~100 words) tell us about yourself, and why you’d like to contribute.  Also include a writing sample (300-1000 words), something that would be suitable to publish on The Asexual Agenda.

The purpose is to demonstrate that you are self-motivated to seek topics, can correspond by e-mail, and can write effectively.

Guest posts:

We often have people ask if they can write just one thing, without committing to anything in the long term.  We are always open for guest posts, as long as you come to us.  Please e-mail asexualagenda@gmail.com.

About Siggy

Siggy is a physics grad student in the U.S. He is gay gray-A, and makes amateur attempts at asexual activism. His interests include godlessness, scientific skepticism, and math. While not working or blogging, he plays video and board games with his boyfriend, and folds colored squares.
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