How to Not to Do 101 on Asexuality, Sex-Repulsion, and Sexual Activity

This is a very good set of guidelines for doing asexual vis-ed work.

The Ace Theist

Are you an ace activist, educator, or content-creator?  Are you in the process of making (or have you already made) asexuality visibility and education materials?  If so, you’re this post’s target audience.  Keep reading for a brief overview of common mistakes to avoid in ace vis/ed with regard to the topics of sex and sex-repulsion, with explanations and links to further information on what to keep in mind as you create or edit your project.

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