Author Archives: Chrysocolla Town

About Chrysocolla Town

Chrysocolla Town (or CT for short) is a chilean nerd who posts about ace history and the spanish-language ace community at her blog, where one can also find resources on local groups and ace research. She also has a spanglish Tumblr (@chrysocollatown). She is asexual and her romantic orientation is ¯l_(ツ)_/¯. She's currently the admin of the Facebook group Asexuales Chile and manages the related Fanpage and Tumblr.

Asexuality in the library: Dewey Decimal Classification edition

What’s the current place of asexuality in the Dewey Decimal Classification system, used by most libraries in the world to organize their shelves? Continue reading

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Linkspam: July 6th, 2018

Every Friday, 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 Lib wrote about aromanticism and fiction. Ace Community Activity The … Continue reading

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The Homosaurus has an entry for Asexuality!

So I just found the International Thesaurus of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Index Terms last night via Twitter and, as per usual, I went to look up if they had something on asexuality. And they did. Continue reading

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Worse than having no info on asexuality, is having it and then deleting it

Back in 2015, ILGA-Europe included a definition of asexuality in their Glossary. Anyone has seen it lately? Continue reading

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Asexuality in Fandom linkspam

I won’t have much time to write a long piece for this month’s Carnival of Aces, but I can at least make a linkspam with the material others have posted before. Continue reading

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Academic approaches to asexuality

I’d like us to talk in this post about academic publications on asexuality, the variety of approaches they may adopt and the value they may have to the ace community. Continue reading

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Asexual education and visibility from Spanish-speaking communities, part 2

Now I’m going to focus on the differences between local Spanish-speaking groups and their approaches to visibility. Continue reading

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