Sometimes in life, you meet people who change your life (hopefully for the better). August McLaughlin is one of these people for me. We met when August stumbled across my Twitter account. She was interested in asexuality and of course, I’m a badass openly aromantic asexual feminist. We exchanged a few messages and I was interviewed for Girl Boner Radio, an experience that remains one of my best interview experiences to date. When August invited me to write something about asexuality for an upcoming book, I leaped at the opportunity.
So I won’t be releasing a novel in 2015 but I do have exciting news: I have written an essay for this soon to be released book about women’s sexuality. It’s a huge deal: asexuality is rarely represented in feminist books. We’re lucky if we get a passing mention. This is doubly true for books that revolve around sex positivity. I’m so excited about the release of this book, it’s hard to put into words.
So please, visit the link and support the hell out the book!