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Journal Club: Asexuality and the autism spectrum

This month, the ace journal club discussed “Brief Report: Asexuality and Young Women on the Autism Spectrum”, by Hillary H. Bush, Lindsey W. Williams, and Eva Mendes (2020). https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10803-020-04565-6 (requires journal access) The journal club meets once a month on … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Alcohol and asexuality

This month, the ace journal club discussed “Understanding Alcohol and Tobacco Consumption in Asexual Samples: A Mixed‑Methods Approach”, by Caroline Bauer, Sasha L. Kaye, and Lori A. Brotto (2020). https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31863316/ (Publicly accessible on academia.edu with account) The journal club meets … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Incels and compulsory sexuality

This month, the ace journal club discussed “Incels, Compulsory Sexuality, and Fascist Masculinity”, by Casey Ryan Kelly and Chase Aunspach (2020). Publicly accessible on archive.org (pdf version). The journal club meets once a month on Discord, using text or voice … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Asexuality in the Library of Congress Subject Headings

This month, the ace journal club discussed “‘There was Sex but no Sexuality:’ Critical Cataloging and the classification of asexuality in LCSH” by Brian Watson (2020). https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01639374.2020.1796876 (requires journal access) The journal club meets once a month on Discord, using … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Asexuality and Sexual Disinterest

This month, the ace journal club discussed “What Does Asexuality Teach Us About Sexual Disinterest? Recommendations for Health Professionals Based on a Qualitative Study With Asexually Identified People” by Kristina Gupta (2017). https://doi.org/10.1080/0092623x.2015.1113593 (requires journal access) The journal club meets … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Ace of (BDSM) Clubs

This month, the ace journal club discussed “Ace of (BDSM) clubs: Building asexual relationships through BDSM practice”, by L. J. Sloan in Sexualities (2015). https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1363460714550907 (No public access) The journal club meets once a month on Discord, using text or … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Judging an Absence

This month, the ace journal club discussed “Judging an Absence: Factors influencing attitudes towards asexuality” by Cassandra Thorpe and Kelly Arbeau in The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (2020). https://www.utpjournals.press/doi/abs/10.3138/cjhs.2020-0003 (no public access) The journal club meets once a month on … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Asexuality and Disability

Last month, the ace journal club discussed “Asexuality and Disability: Mutual Negation in Adams v Rice and New Directions for Coalition Building” by Kristina Gupta, Chapter 13 of Asexualities: Feminist and Queer Perspectives, edited by KJ Cerankowski and Megan Milks … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Growing into Asexuality

Last month, the ace journal club discussed “Growing into Asexuality: The Queer Erotics of Childhood”, Chapter 3 of Asexual Erotics: Intimate Readings of Compulsory Sexuality by Ela Przybylo (2019). You can access a copy of this book here.  Our discussion notes … Continue reading

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Journal Club: Antonsen 2020, “Ace and Aro”

After a 7-year hiatus, I revived the ace journal club. I invited a few local people, and we discussed the following paper: Antonsen, A. N., Zdaniuk, B., Yule, M., Brotto, L. A. (2020). Ace and Aro: Understanding Differences in Romantic … Continue reading

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