This year, I was invited to Prague Pride as a special guest, to speak at two of their events. I had no idea that I had so many fans in the Czech Republic. It was a great step for asexuality visibility and representation at their festival. I’ll forever cherish the experience! Thanks to the organisers for having me, and to all of the people who made me feel so welcome!
‘#ThisIsWhatAsexualLooksLike – Part 3: Femme Edition’ is here!
When I was given the opportunity to write for @qwear, I decided to start the #ThisIsWhatAsexualLooksLike series and hashtag to give the agency back to asexual people, so that we could represent ourselves. I wanted to give us a platform to show that there is no asexual way to look or dress.
In this edition of the series, I chose to focus on asexual femmes, to highlight our experiences navigating a world which sexualizes us and our self-presentation. I’m grateful for all of the femme-presenting asexual people who have participated in this new chapter of the series – @omgyoash, @aidennqueen, @valer_kimiko, @dexgenerate, Stephanie Zambrana from @aces_nyc, and @twykad!
Check out the article here to see more of their style and to hear their stories!
Next time someone says that ‘aphobia’ isn’t a thing, show them this.
This is why it’s so important to educate people about asexuality. Through my work, I’ve encountered many people who aren’t just ignorant when it came to asexuality, they’re aggressively against it. There are asexual people who don’t want to come out just so that they don’t have to experience remarks like the ones I’m reading out there.