Posts Tagged by Asexual

DiversifYA: Nathan Scott

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We’ve got a bit of a special diversifYA interview this week, because it comes from one of my (Lucinda’s) students. I’m lucky enough to get to teach on writing courses with some truly incredible teenagers, and I’m really excited to be able to introduce one of them to you today. Nathan Scott is a fantastic writer, last seen working […]

DiversifYA: Erica Cameron

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Erica is on the blog! I had the extreme pleasure to hang out with Erica at RT this year, and badger her into an interview, so I’m super excited that she’s here now Erica Cameron is many things but most notably the following: writer, reader, editor, dance fan, choreographer, singer, lover of musical theater, movie obsessed, […]

DiversiTheme: The Invisible Orientation

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Today, we’re so delighted to have Julie Sondra Decker back at the blog! Julie joined us a little while ago to talk about asexuality, and today she’s back with a fantastic guest post. She’s also celebrating the publication of her fantastic non-fiction book THE INVISIBLE ORIENTATION: an introduction to asexuality. Follow Julie on Twitter here! […]

DiversifYA: Teresa Santos

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We love it when posts lead to connections that lead to more posts. Remember that TIDES giveaway from a couple of weeks ago? I’m so excited to introduce the winner here today!  Tessa is a full-time geek and spare time Biology student with a penchant for fairytales, photography, and cats. When she is not busy […]

DiversifYA: Julie Sondra Decker

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Today, we have the wonderful Julie Sondra Decker at DiversifYA! Julie writes fantasy, YA, science fiction, speculative fiction, and nonfiction (with a focus on asexuality awareness activism). Julie is an asexual activist, pseudonymously for the most part (with a pretty big following on YouTube and Tumblr). She’s appeared in a documentary, on the radio, has […]

RT: Diversity and sexuality, part six

Today’s final part of our DiversiTheme discussion about diversity and sexuality centers around recommendations. If you want to add any of your own recommendations, we’d love to hear them! What are some of your favorite YA books that deal with both sexuality and diversity?  Marieke: My favorite books are the ones where characters just happen to […]

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