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Question of the Week: July 3rd, 2018.

Do you stay in touch with your exes? Staying in touch with exes makes sense to me because I only date people that I consider my friend. Even if we don’t work out romantically or sexually I still value the … Continue reading

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The Invisible Orientation: A Review

So as I mentioned on the Question of the Week on Tuesday, there’s a new book on asexuality coming out soon! The Invisible Orientation, written by Julie Decker, AKA Swankivy, will be coming out in the US on September 2nd. … Continue reading

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The Asexual Story Project is live!

The Asexual Story Project is now live! The Asexual Story Project is a place where people who identify with the asexual community can share their personal stories about being asexual, coming out, relationships, or anything their heart desires. At present … Continue reading

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Graduate school, asexily

Since so many of the writers on The Asexual Agenda are graduate students, a while back we were talking about writing about what it’s like to be an ace in graduate school.  Since grad school has been taking over my … Continue reading

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Defining Crushes

So, two weeks ago I made a post about being asexual and getting a crush. However, one question that this brought up is how we define crushes in the first place! Crushes seem to be this weird phenomenon that a … Continue reading

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On Having a Crush and Being Asexual

While with most people I know, crushes are almost overwhelmingly positive, crushes for me come with a mixture of emotions. There’s the usual excitement; that I’ve met a person who I think is pretty hip and I enjoy being around … Continue reading

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Asexual Perceptions of Allosexuals

HEY. I’m calling you out, ace community. I’ve seen something prevalent in our community, and I think it’s time that it needs to end. The way we talk about and portray allosexual folks is often almost a caricature. We often … Continue reading

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