For the asexually curious and the curiously asexual

Apositive

I don’t go on it much, though I’ve somehow managed to figure how to get a feed from it (despite a dismal understanding of Web 2.0), so hopefully that’ll alert me on any interesting topics that I feel I could make an impact on.

However, on the basis of this post, I’m going to link to it, because it really should be in the first google page results for ‘asexual’ and ‘asexuality’, and I want to do my (small) bit.

Check it out.

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Comments on: "Apositive" (1)

  1. Okay, I laughed when I saw the thread you linked to :-D (and my suggestion there that we post more Turkish flags). Thanks for spreading the word…I feel like Apositive is a valuable thing, so it's kinda sad how quiet it is over there.

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