Month: November 2021

Being Asexual – Strangers in a World of Eroticism Short (The Invisible Letter A)

Many letters of the LGBT+ acronym are still invisible. One of them is the letter A for Asexuality or As*. It is time to make people who identify with this letter more visible. Here is the beginning of including them and hearing one story but also information that helps us to better understand what this letter stands for and what it means. But this isn’t just about Asexuality as we learn also more about what it means to be Aromantic. As with many letters A is not just invisible, but there are also misconceptions that my guest is trying to dismantle. Enjoy.

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LINKS TO THE TOPIC:
AVEN – Asexual Visibility and Education Network
Arocalypse
Aurea

Podcasts:
“A OK” and “Sounds fake but ok”

BOOKS:
Angela Chen: Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex
Julie Sondra Decker: The Invisible Orientation  

HAPPENINGS:
Ace Week – Last week of october
Aro Week – End of Feburary
International Asexuality Conference

SURVEY:
Ace Community Census

AZE JOURNAL

Coming Out of a Mixed-Orientation Marriage Part 1 (Getting in, Through and Out)

Being in a mixed-orientation marriage is hard. It comes with many consequences. It affects your psychological, but also physical health. Arno, Carol and Mihael share their experience of why they got married, their process of divorce and life after. Even today, people are in marriages with a person they are not physically and/or romantically attracted to. So, is there life after being in a mixed-orientation marriage and divorce?

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