Naomi: “It was an eye-opening and extremely validating book for me. If you want to learn more about asexuality, heteronormativity and amatonormativity, this is an excellent place to start.” It’s sort of the primer on Aceness.
“Angela Chen is asexual, and her anecdotes and personal journey guide you through the book while you explore society’s expectations about love and relationships through an asexual lens. She includes interviews with a variety of Ace voices for an intersectional exploration of the Ace spectrum. This is a very intelligent, well-written and accessible book.”
Iris says: “Even if you’re not part of a certain community, it’s always good to broaden your horizons and read about something you don’t experience yourself, to learn about the issues people face that are different from those you face yourself.”
After all, love has many different faces and interpretations.