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Ace Tropes: Online research

This is part of a series on tropes in fiction with ace characters. To link or follow this series, please use the “ace tropes” tag on this blog. Relevant clip starts at 0:52. This scene from Shortland Street shows Gerald … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: Eventually Revealed as Ace

This is part of a series on tropes in fiction with ace characters. To link or follow this series, please use the “ace tropes” tag on this blog. Sometimes a recurring character in a series / long (web)comic / etc. … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: Cake References

This is part of a series on tropes in fiction with ace characters. To link or follow this series, please use the “ace tropes” tag on this blog. Vaughn bit his lip, gazing at Jonah. Those grey eyes were sad, … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: Ace/Ace Romance

This is part of a series on tropes in fiction with ace characters. To link or follow this series, please use the “ace tropes” tag on this blog. “Yes!” Wes shouted. “Because our entire relationship was built on that one … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: Unwanted Arranged Marriage

This is part of a series on tropes in fiction with ace characters. To link or follow this series, please use the “ace tropes” tag on this blog. Content Note: this post discusses (lack of) consent to marriage. Anette felt … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: The Asexual Succubus

Sara K. blogs at The Notes Which Do Not Fit, and has written a number of book reviews of asexual fiction. She is continuing the ace tropes series. “So what is my assignment, then?” “Succubus.” Abbie blinked slowly at her, … Continue reading

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Ace Tropes: Ace Meets Incubus

Sara K. blogs at The Notes Which Do Not Fit, and has written a number of book reviews of asexual fiction. She is continuing the ace tropes series. Some cultures have stories about mythical beings which are extremely sexually attractive, … Continue reading

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