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AVEN is the world's biggest asexual site, but it is not the only one. If you want to check out where else asexuality is cropping up on the Internet, check out this page!
- 1 Related forums
- 2 Informative Websites
- 3 Blogs
- 4 Social Networking Groups
- 5 Podcasts
- 6 Personals Sites
- 7 Local sites
- 8 See also
- Arocalypse is a laid back community designed for providing support for aromantics of all sexualities and education for those who want to learn more.
- Card House was created as a "safer, more respectful location for asexual and asexual-spectrum people to talk about asexuality."
- Demi Grace is a forum home for demisexuals, grey-asexuals and allies.
- Knights of the Shaded Triangle is a queer-friendly asexuality board that takes a hard-line approach against intolerance.
- TransYada forums is a forum for all kinds of queer, but originally an offshoot from the AVEN community (especially from the gender subforum).
- Asexual Sexologist is a collection of resources for asexuals and sexologists.
- Demisexuality.org is a website which provides information on all aspects of demisexuality.
- Ace Admiral is a asexual activism blog.
- Ace Up Your Sleeve is a inspiration and asexual craft blog.
- An Asexual Space is by an asexual, romantic, neutrois, genderqueer student
- The Asexual Agenda is a group blog dedicated to providing news and views (beyond asexuality 101) for people on the asexual spectrum .
- Asexual Advice is a questions and answer blog, created by a group.
- Asexual Curiosities is a blog by SlightlyMetaphysical.
- Asexual Love is the blog of the mysterious Ace Amoeba, a collection of short articles from a unique perspective.
- Asexy Amy is the blog of Amyb about being asexual and aromantic.
- Asexy Beast is the blog of Ily, an AVENite and meetup organizer from San Francisco.
- The Asexual Story Project hosts stories and experiences of asexuals.
- Love from the Asexual Underground is the blog (formerly a podcast) of David Jay, AVEN's founder. Here he talks about his latest visibility efforts and his experiences with queer-positive and sex-positive allies.
- Meowing at the Moon is written by Stephanie Silberstein, LGBT activist and author of Shades of Gay, which included an asexual character.
- Writing From Factor X is a blog by Sciatrix.
- Concept Awesome is a blog by Queenie.
- Ace of Hearts is the blog of theimpossiblek, a romantic asexual feminist nerd in her twenties.
- Another Asexual Radical is a blog by Mage, editor of the Asexy and Asexual Feminism zines.
- Edge of Everywhere is the blog of asexualfeminist.
- Galega's aFanstasies is a blog by Galega about her asexual fantasies and other thoughts.
- Musings from outside normal boundaries is a place to think out the box about sexuality, gender and relationships, usually from an asexual, sex-positive, visibility and education viewpoint.
- Rainbow Amoeba's Petri Dish is the blog of a 23-year-old asexual female who identifies as a dreamer and is trying to make sense of the world.
- The Venus of Willendork is the blog of Venus, a lesbian who continually questions her (a)sexuality; although she no longer uses the asexual label for herself, she has no desire for sex as of yet.
- Too Asexy For My Shorts is a blog by ExeCUTE, a teenage asexual about coming out and other experiences.
- What do you mean by sex is a blog by Trix.
Partly About Asexuality
- Prude is a parody blog written by an apparent antisexual who is committed to Chastity, Dignity, and Kindness to Penguins.
- Queers United is an activist blog alerting people to current LGBT issues. They are committed to representing asexuals as well as all other sexual minorities, and have posted about asexuality on many occasions.
Social Networking Groups
- Asexual Groups is a directory of asexual groups worldwide.
- Club of Aces is a deviantART group for asexuals and allies, and accepts art and literature related to asexuality as well as general-themed submissions by ace artists.
- (A)sexual documentary
- Australian Aces is a Facebook group for Aussie Aces.
- Asexuality Research Network is a Google group for scientists who have studied, or are currently studying, asexuality.
- The Asexuals is a group for Last.fm listeners who identify as asexual.
- Asexuality in the Literary World is a LiveJournal community dedicated to writing a book to spread asexual visibility.
- Asexuals We Are is a community for "folks who think sex is terribly overrated and pointless". As a community, they put more emphasis on rebelling against sexuality than the Asexuality community.
- A Wank-Free Zone describes itself as a laid-back environment in which to discuss asexuality, and is dedicated to remaining free of drama and complaining posts.
- Ace of Arts is a community for collections of literature with asexuality involved.
- Asexual and Proud is a MySpace group for proud asexuals.
- The Asexual-Sexual Alliance is a MySpace group dedicated to "informing anyone of asexuality". People of any orientation are welcome.
- Asexuals With Attitude is a MySpace group for asexuals, dedicated to dispelling some common myths about asexuality.
- The Dapper Ace is a collaborative YouTube group that discusses a diverse range of topics about or related to asexuality to help provide a better understanding and to increase visibility.
- Acesomniacs, similar to The Dapper Ace and HPoA, is an asexual collaboration channel, where each of the participants release a video discussing issues related to Asexuality on a two-week basis.
- The Asexuality Chronicles, a YouTube series transplanted to blip.tv but currently running on both sites, is an original series created by an asexual woman. It is intended to provide information on asexuality and provide a window into the life of a particular asexual person.
- A Life is a weekly podcast about asexuality and asexuals. The show is open to topic suggestions or listener questions. It welcomes guest speakers and possible regular panelists.
- Unscrewed and Illuminated is a podcast about asexuality, all the issues that surround asexuality and the lives of asexuals.
- Acebook is a free dating and social networking community for asexuals, including forums, chat and user-created groups.
- Affectionate Friends is "a different kind of dating site", made for people (not necessarily asexuals) who want to share time and affection without worrying about sex or commitment.
- Asexual Pals is an informal introduction service that brings together asexual and celibate people for romantic and platonic relationships.
- Asexualitic describes itself as "the first free dating site for asexual people", although technically it was released after the creation of Acebook (originally known as A-Date), which is also free.
- Asexuals.net is described as "a platform of friendship and love for those asexuals looking for more."
- Celibate Passions is a dating and networking site for celibate people looking for platonic relationships. It comes with chat, message boards, and email.
- Cuddle Comfort is a site for finding cuddle buddies.
- FetLife is a networking site for the BDSM and fetish community, and is ace-friendly.
- MeetAces is a platform for people who identify as asexual and who are looking for friendship, dating, or a relationship with other asexuals.
- Patook is a strictly platonic friendship app that blocks flirt attempts and has a large ace community.
- Asexual Groups is a list of asexual groups worldwide
- Aces of Arizona is an asexual awareness site dedicated to promote education and visibility of the largest asexual community in the state of Arizona. Local meetup events, advice, news, friendships, dating, information.
- Ace Space is an asexual student group at the University of California at Berkeley, and posts information about local asexual meetups, news, and events.
- Australian Asexuals is an ace group based in Australia.
- New England Aces is a meet up group based in Boston.
- SF Bay Area Ace Meetups is a meetup group in the San Francisco Bay area which rotates between Berkeley, San Francisco, and the South Bay.