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Review: Far From Home by Lorelie Brown

This is the penultimate review for my Asexual Fiction from Riptide Publishing Month.

What is this story about?

Rachael is recovering from anorexia and also has a pile of student loans burdening her finances. 1,303 more words


The Valentines Series: Demisexual/Demiromantic Characters in Fiction

Valentine’s Day has come again. And with it comes all the predictable, but no less hurtful, erasure of experiences outside the cultural ‘norm’. So I wanted to do a short series of posts recommending stories that feature identities which don’t usually register on the cultural landscape. 2,881 more words

Bed Ends (Part One)

Arthur and I have never really been very good bed-partners. That’s not to say that we didn’t enjoy each other’s presence. Cuddling was nice. And who doesn’t enjoy a good evening conversation? 417 more words


Love That Is Unbreakable

I have a problem with love and with the way it is depicted in the media. Or rather with it on the television.

Maybe I just have a problem because I want love? 569 more words


Under Attack...

I’m quite shook by this actually. I saw it over a week ago now, but decided I’d wait to voice anything, it has stuck with me all through this week, and I couldn’t stop thinking about it, so here it is, me voicing something; 354 more words


The best parts of ace communities, or: how my connection to ace communities converted me into a Hufflepuff

I’m really happy about this month’s prompt, because it helped me realize that a bunch of thoughts I’ve been having lately are worth writing down. As I mentioned in a past Carnival post, I have a strange sense of identity with respect to asexual community/ies, in that even though I am comfortable with my a-spec, demisexual identity, … 402 more words

Day 22: 11

My body belongs to love,

and love alone awakens me.

Your tongue may travel

while you grip my waist

with your hungry fingers

and no part of me responds. 126 more words