International Asexuality Day takes place on April 6th. The Day is a coordinated worldwide campaign promoting the ace umbrella, which includes asexual, demisexual, grey-asexual, and more ace identities.
Asexuality describes people who experience little to no sexual attraction. It also includes a broad spectrum of asexual sub-identities.
Read more at the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, the world’s largest online asexual community and archive of resources on asexuality.
Or check out the following books at your local library:
Ace voices : What it Means to Be Asexual, Aromantic, Demi or Grey-Ace by Eris Young.
I Am Ace : Advice on Living Your Best Asexual Life by Cody Daigle-Orians.
Ace and Aro Journeys : A Guide to Embracing Your Asexual or Aromantic Identity by The Ace and Aro Advocacy Project.
Sounds Fake but Okay : An Asexual and Aromantic Perspective on Love, Relationships, Sex, and Pretty Much Anything Else by Sarah Costello.
Quick & Easy Guide to Asexuality by Molly Muldoon and Will Hernande.
Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen.
Happy International Asexuality Day!
Antonietta/ Netta Coccaro (they/them)
PSAC Ontario Council