This is a list of resources for those who identify as asexual. These resources are local, national, international, or on the internet.
If you are a part of or would like to add a website or resource to any of these lists, please contact rlblack(at)fortlewis.edu.
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Disclaimer: Fort Lewis College and the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center do not necessarily endorse any of these organizations or websites and/or any content they may contain.
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Asexual Explorations exists to promote the academic study of asexuality. There are a number of good introductory level resources available and a list of recommended sites are provided on the page background information. I have made this site as an asexual deeply interested in the future of the subject in academic discourse. I am not an expert on human sexuality. I have an MA in mathematics and am currently pursuing an advanced degree in linguistics, but I endeavor to be an informed layperson on the topics I write about.
I’m hoping to use this site to bring a little bit of sanity on the subject of asexuality to the world of sexology and also to bring what I’ve learned from the field of sexology to those in the asexual community (and anyone else who’s interested).
News, Views and Opinions for the Ace Community.
The Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) was founded in 2001 with two distinct goals: creating public acceptance and discussion of asexuality and facilitating the growth of an asexual community. Since that time we have grown to host the world’s largest asexual community, serving as an informational resource for people who are asexual and questioning, their friends and families, academic researchers and the press. AVEN members throughout the world regularly engage in visibility projects, included but not limited to distributing informational pamphlets, leading workshops, arranging local meetups and speaking to interested press. The AVEN community centers around the web forum, which provides a safe space for asexual and questioning people and their partners, friends and families to discuss their experiences.