Carnival of Aces July 2015 Wrap-up: Asexual History

It’s a bit late, but here it is!

Last month’s Carnival of Aces was on the topic of Asexual History, and we received some great submissions. A big thanks to everyone who submitted! If I missed an entry or got any names wrong, feel free to leave a note in the comments.

The next Carnival of Aces for August is being hosted by writer-ace, and the theme is “Ideals

Also, as a reminder, we are always looking for more volunteers to host the carnival – there’s no one lined up yet after August, so now is a great time to volunteer. See the masterpost for details.

Without further ado, here’s all out wonderful submissions:

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About Sennkestra

I'm an aromantic asexual and a bit of an [a]sexuality nerd, recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in linguistics. When I'm not reading stuff on the internet I like to cook fancy food, watch anime, and make costumes and other arts and crafts projects.
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5 Responses to Carnival of Aces July 2015 Wrap-up: Asexual History

  1. queenieofaces says:

    The Iris Robin link is the same as the windowseatstories link, just FYI.

  2. Sennkestra says:

    Woops, thanks for the catch! It should link to the correct article now

  3. Pingback: Carnival of Aces: Asexual History | The Asexual Agenda

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Missed this one. And you know, it’s such convenient timing to have this round-up post now, since there’s so much discussion about preserving history on AVEN atm! I think all of these will be really useful to inform that conversation. :)

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