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Asexuality: Ace Activism

October 22, 2023 2 min read

Asexuality: Ace Activism

Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to others. It is a spectrum, and asexual people may experience sexual attraction rarely, or not at all. Asexual people may also have romantic attractions, or not.

Asexuality is often misunderstood and misrepresented. Asexual people may face discrimination and harassment, and they may lack access to resources and support.

Activism is important for raising awareness about asexuality, challenging stereotypes, and fighting for the rights of asexual people. There are many ways to get involved in activism, from small acts to large-scale projects.

Here are a few ideas for how asexual people can get involved in activism:

  • Educate others about asexuality. Talk to your friends, family, and colleagues about what asexuality is. Share resources and information about asexuality.
  • Challenge stereotypes about asexuality. When you hear someone making a negative or inaccurate statement about asexuality, speak up. Correct the misinformation and help to change people's perceptions.
  • Support asexual organisations and events. There are many organisations that work to raise awareness about asexuality and advocate for the rights of asexual people. Get involved with these organisations and support their work.
  • Volunteer your time to asexual causes. There are many ways to volunteer your time to help asexual people. You can volunteer at an asexual community centre, help to organise an asexual event, or donate your time to an asexual advocacy organisation.
  • Speak out about your own experiences. Share your story about being asexual with others. Your story can help to educate and inspire others.


If you are interested in getting involved in activism, there are many resources available to help you get started. Here are a few resources:

  • The Asexual Agenda: The Asexual Agenda is a website that provides information about asexuality and activism.
  • Asexual Awareness Week: Asexual Awareness Week is an annual event that raises awareness about asexuality.


Activism is important for making the world a more accepting and inclusive place for asexual people. By getting involved in activism, you can help to change the way that asexuality is perceived and create a more just and equitable world for all asexual people.


Resources and Support

If you are an asexual person who is looking for support, there are many resources available to you. Here are a few resources:

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