Volume 2, Issue 2 of The Asexual journal on Asexuality and Representation includes artwork and writing by various ace-identified authors who think of representations of asexuality in varying respects, whether as expressions of the self and community, as readings and interpretations of media, and as opportunities to reimagine the current social and sexual landscape.
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For our Sex issue, The Asexual has invited writers and artists under the ace umbrella to explore the intersections of the sexual and asexual.
The Asexual focuses on the intersections of asexuality and race for its fourth issue, centering the narratives, perspectives, and activism of ace people of color.
The Asexual focuses on the body for its third issue, capturing perspectives on body shaming, sexualization, reproduction, medicalization, and more.
For its second issue, The Asexual features the work of fourteen authors under the ace umbrella.
The debut issue of The Asexual is a short collection of poems and essays by several ace writers.