Acephobia & Anti-asexual hate crime

Asexual and aromantic people can face prejudice and hate crime, which service providers and criminal justice agencies have a duty to tackle. The information below aims to assist services to better understand and serve the needs of ace people who experience hate crime. Prevalence of acephobia Whilst social awareness is growing, asexuality and aromanticism are still…

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The Ace Community Census 2017

The Asexual Visibility and Education Network has just opened the 2017 Ace Community Census. The census is an annual survey by the Ace Community Survey Team to collect valuable information on the demographics and experiences of members of the asexual community. The survey is open to anyone under 13 years old: ace, non-ace, or still questioning. Take…

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The A in LGBTQIA+ is for Ace, not Ally

What is asexuality? Asexual people experience little or no sexual attraction, or only experience sexual attraction in certain circumstances. Asexuality is a type of sexual orientation, alongside other orientations such as gay, lesbian, bisexual and pansexual. It is not the same as celibacy or abstinence, which is a behaviour rather than an orientation. Some asexual…

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