Thanks!

Date: 2012-12-01 10:12 pm (UTC)
As an aromantic asexual, I remember the point in my life when I started getting frustrated because I was really into reading, but all the books in the Young Adult section had romance/sex in them. Literature was one of the things that made me start to question if there was something 'wrong' with me, because I couldn't understand why all these characters were interested in something I couldn't understand. It still frustrates me, but I've grown to just realize that things aren't going to change any time soon. It means so much to hear that you put all that time into researching asexuality and the stigmas attached to it as to present it in a respectful way. Your book will be a positive step forward in the asexual-visibility movement. I definitely plan on reading Ultraviolet and then Quicksilver when it comes out. Being able to point to something in a book that validates your identity is something really special, and I've never really been able to do that before, so I look forward to reading this book. :)
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