A breakdown of the community on the Asexual Visibility and Education Network. Some caution is advised, since this is based only on two internet surveys, but we’re not going to have much better data than this for a long time. “Romantic orientation” tells us which gender(s), if any, the asexual is inclined to form romantic relationships with. “Assigned” refers to the gender (male or female) assigned at birth. “Cis” means having the same gender identity as the gender assigned at birth.
Looking for Asexual Bloggers: Round Two
As you all know, I am in the process of adding links to other asexual blogs and such to the additional pages of my blog. Thanks to the community, there are quite a few of them! However, I’m looking for more blogs, especially those of homoromantic and biromantic individuals, as well as individuals who identify as grey-asexual. I hope to provide as many sources as possible, and I seem to lack sources related to the homoromantic and biromantic orientations. I also seem to have left out grey-asexuality, which is something I intend to correct immediately.
If you would like a link of your blog to be featured or know a source related to these topics, send me a link and the topic it relates to.
Looking For Asexual Bloggers
I would like to feature links to other asexual blogs on the additional pages of my blog. I hope to provide as many sources as possible, and it would be wonderful to offer links to other aces willing to answer questions. I’m looking for individuals of varying romantic orientations, as well as demisexuals, grey-asexuals, and aces with kinks.
If you would like a link of your blog to be featured, send me a message with your sexual/romantic orientation and I will most definitely add it.
(Cross posted over at: http://www.asexualityarchive.com/glossary/)
Last night, I was working on something and realized that I didn’t have a glossary of asexuality-related terms on my site. I’ve seen some floating around in various forms, but I didn’t have anything like that on Asexuality…