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Sounds Fake But Okay: An Asexual and Aromantic Perspective on Love, Relationships, Sex, and Pretty Much Anything Else (Paperback)
I'm a firm believer that everyone should read a book on asexuality, if only because more people are aspec then they probably realize. Regardless of where you fall this book is accessible and will resonate with us all in some way. If you're aspec, it's funny painfully real. If you're allo, it'll force you to think, maybe even question. That's not necessarily bad thing. [Danielle]— From Sounds Fake But Okay
'Somehow, over time, we forgot that the rituals behind dating and sex were constructs made up by human beings and eventually, they became hard and fast rules that society imposed on us all.'True Love. Third Wheels. Dick pics. 'Dying alone'. Who decided this was normal? Sarah and Kayla invite you to put on your purple aspec glasses - and rethink everything you thought you knew about society, friendship, sex, romance and more. Drawing on their personal stories, and those of aspec friends all over the world, prepare to explore your microlabels, investigate different models of partnership, delve into the intersection of gender norms and compulsory sexuality and reconsider the meaning of sex - when allosexual attraction is out of the equation. Spanning the whole range of relationships we have in our lives - to family, friends, lovers, society, our gender, and ourselves, this book asks you to let your imagination roam, and think again what human connection really is. Includes exclusive 'Sounds Fake But Okay' podcast episodes.
About the Author
Sarah and Kayla are the hosts of Sounds Fake But Okay, the #1 podcast on asexuality and aromanticism. Sarah identifies as asexual and aromantic and lives in Los Angeles where she works in TV development. Kayla identifies as demisexual and biromantic and lives in Boston where she works in marketing.