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 the newness of our communities instead of just using (or inventing) history as a way to legitimize them.

Coyote asked for perspectives on the reasons people use the term grey-ace/grey-aro

Rose, a mod of the blog Fuck Yeah Asexual, wrote this article on the common erasure of asexuals in history. This post was the start of a mini series called #BelieveAces.

Ranjan Adiga talks about difficulties in his arranged marriage.

Aro blogging

The January Carnival of Aros, on the theme of “New“, was posted.  The next carnival is themed on “Variation and Unity“.

Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week, set to occur February 16-22, has a new website.

AUREA has a bucket list for Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week.

Scholarly work

Excursions Journal published To be real for you: acousmatic cyborgs, asexuality and becoming human by Ashley Barr.

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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1 Response to Linkspam: February 14th, 2020

  1. That cyborg article was interesting, but I feel like it left a lot out when it came to Blade Runner 2049. First off, the main thrust of the plot is trying to find a child who was born from a replicant mother and a human father. The other main thing is that K (Joi’s partner) is a replicant himself- seems odd to leave this out when talking about the humanity of cyborgs.

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