Carnival of Aces August 2018 – All Contributions
Dear all, you’ve been wonderful and thoughtful contributors, and I’m very happy to present them all in a little late together here. If you’ve written something, or you know someone who’s written something on this topic for the festival and I omitted them, let me know!
Before we start –
- You can read up on the theme, Stages of Coming Out in this post
- You can find all of the previous Carnival of Aces editions on the Asexual Agenda, and sign up there if you’d like to host one in the future.
- Ace Film Reviews is hosting September’s Carnival of Aces, about Asexuality before AVEN. History Month!
All of the posts on Stages of Coming Out –
- Sasha wrote eloquently about the tug of war in one’s head in Identity Tolerance (maybe?)
- Dating While Ace wrote about being at the stage of acceptance, both active in the ace community and very private otherwise in Coming Out?
- A^3 (Asexual, Aromantic, Agender) wrote about the influence of stoicism in making sense of their identities in their post on coming out.
- Ace Film Reviews rejects the model and writes about asexuality going from a wordless, private concept to a public identity in My Journey to Ace Identification.
- Constance Bougie turns the stages of coming out into a poem on her blog Sketches.
- Alex Logan describes their thoughts on the model and coming out on their blog Almost, Almost.
- Danielle writes about Being Openly Asexual, Openly Gay and Equally Proud.
- And… I wrote a poem, with notes how I feel about being demisexual and panromantic right about now.
That’s all folks!