Monthly Archives: February 2020

Linkspam: February 21st, 2020

Today we have several links related to Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week.  We can’t catch everything, so you are invited to self-promote in the comments! AUREA interviewed a series of activists and creators, including Constance Bougie, Courtney Lang, Isaac, and Alex. … Continue reading

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How not to talk about aromanticism

It’s Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week! It’s a week to send all your positivity and affirmation towards aromantic spectrum people. But I’m not much for positivity, so instead I’m going to take a critical look at an article I saw last … Continue reading

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Linkspam: February 14th, 2020

On Fridays, we will share links to news, blogs, and anything else we find interesting.  We can’t catch everything, so you are invited to self-promote in the comments! Ace Blogging Coyote wrote in defense of beginnings, calling people to recognize … Continue reading

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Question of the Month: February 11th, 2020.

What are your feelings about porn?  You could answer how you feel personally about engaging in it (or not) or how you theoretically think about porn. I’ve thought about this question for a while, but I always held back on … Continue reading

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Carnival of Aces: Conscious and Unconscious Difference

The Carnival of Aces for January has been posted on Ace and Aro Acts.  The theme was “Conscious and Unconscious Difference”.  Please take a look! The next Carnival of Aces is being hosted by Emrys.  The theme for February is … Continue reading

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The Echoed No To Sex: Consent And Multiplicity

Crossposted to my Pillowfort. These days, there is a steadily-growing body of discussion around asexuality and mental health[1]. Over the past decade or so, the topic has recieved some much-needed attention. The relationship between neuroatypicality – particularly autism – and … Continue reading

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