535: Understanding asexuality

Justine of asexuality.org busts asexual myths and shares experiencespoly weekly 535 understanding asexuality

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1:00 Host chat and announcements

The University of Utah Relationship Decisions Lab is looking for survey respondents who are looking to open up their relationships for the first time or who have opened it up before but are looking to open up again. To participate, go to www.relationshipdecisions.org, click on the Participants tab and select Open Relationship Project link. And remember, it’s for science!

3:00 Interview: Asexuality

Justine/Heart is a physicist by day who volunteers at www.asexuality.org and spoke to us about what asexuality is and how to find resources to learn more.

https://asexualoutreach.org/ for live meetups in North America

To reach Justine, go to the asexuality.org forums and message her.

24:15 Feedback

Andy from Ann Arbor called in to let us know about polyamory in a science fiction book by Nora Jemisin, The Fifth Season. The second book in the series has a poly triad seamlessly worked into the book, and the first two books in the trilogy won the Hugo award two years in a row.

25:45 How to make this podcast better

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