by Asexuality Archive
“Sometimes called “A Fourth Orientation,” asexuality is a sexual orientation characterized by a persistent lack of sexual attraction toward any gender. This book explores love, sex, and life, from the asexual point of view. This book is for anyone, regardless of orientation. Whether you’re asexual, think you might be, know someone who is, or just want to learn more about what asexuality is (and isn’t), there’s something inside for you. This is one of the first books exclusively dedicated to the subject of asexuality as a sexual orientation. Written by an asexual, it discusses the topic from the inside.” (Book Description from Good Reads)
Book was printed in: 2012
Book was read by me and reviewed in: September 2012
It is good to see a representation of Asexuality in literature. That alone made me excited to read this book.
Many valid points were brought up in this book. For the most part, I agreed with what the author had to say (I identify as Asexual to a degree). There were a few things I didn’t agree with at the same time. Overall, the definition and representation that the author provided for Asexuality was rather good. 🙂
I just wish this book wasn’t as repetitive as it was- the points were revisited multiple times which got a bit tiresome to follow.
My rating: 3 stars