Usually defined as people who do not experience sexual attraction, I became fascinated by asexuality immediately after (knowingly) meeting an asexual person for the first time.
- Reporting on my empirical research into Asexuality
- Further reporting on my empirical findings
- An overview of the current state of Asexuality Studies and suggestions for further research (co-authored)
- An introduction to Asexuality for those working in a clinical or therapeutic capacity
- An account of the current state of Asexuality Studies and its ramifications for the study of sexuality more broadly
As well as these publications, I wrote and spoke about Asexuality across a diverse range of forums. Here’s a project I worked on with my friend Holly Falconer which was published in Vice. Here I am talking at the WorldPride conference in 2012 about asexuality research:
These reflections on studying asexuality for a year, five years and six years give a sense of how my interests developed over time. I’m still deeply interested in asexuality as a case study of self-categorisation. I talk abut this idea here:
Along with Ruth Pearce and Lyndsey Moon, I organised the world’s first symposium on Asexuality. Some of the videos from the event are attached below:
I’ve also been interviewed many times for print and broadcast media. Here are some of my favourites, courtesy of the Asexuality Media Archive:
I really like this short documentary I contributed to:
My favourite article I contributed to was this one by Rachel Hills in the Atlantic.