And, having finally had access to a computer, have the last 4 updates at once.
14. Tell us about a time you met another asexual, whether in real life or online.
The first time I met another ace offline, it was a friend’s girlfriend. A group of us were watching a couple of Ghibli movies together at a local cinema, and so we didn’t really talk much.
Unfortunately for my friend and his girlfriend, she worked out she was actually* ace after they started dating each other, and they’ve since stopped dating (not because of her being ace, but because of other, somewhat related issues.)
Her identifying as ace before they started dating also meant that said friend didn’t believe me** when I came out to him.
Funnily enough, he’s now one of my biggest allies.
15. Your favourite asexual character/celebrity/person.
The 11th doctor, because Matt Smith said it himself.
Favourite celebrity is Emilie Autumn, because she makes awesome music.
16. Your favourite “asexual” book (as in, sex and/or romance are not the main focus).
Uhhh...thinking through all the books, romance tends to be, if not the main point, a fairly major one. Hmmm... favourite book would have to be Good Omens, by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
17. Your favourite “asexual” movie.
That rules out nearly all Disney movies immediately.
So....movies that don’t have romance as a major plot point. Surprisingly hard to think of one. (For those playing at home, try listing as many movies as you can that have no romantic relationships in them. It’s bloody difficult.)
So, anyway. Favourite ace movie would have to be... Watership Down.
*She’d identified as an aromantic ace for three years, then started dating him, and then realised she was actually a heteroromantic ace.
**If I’m remembering correctly, he said something along the lines of “(girlfriend’s name) thought she was asexual, and now she’s dating me. I think all asexuals actually just haven’t dated the right person yet. Besides, everyone’s got a partner out there somewhere.”