Asexuality is often known as the “invisible orientation,” not just because people are less aware of its existence but also because it is defined as the absence of certain feelings and behaviors. These things make representation both critically important and full of unique challenges. This interactive presentation will explore the ways a creator can portray asexuality and discuss potential pitfalls in its depiction.


Elizabeth Corrigan, Mary Fan

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Sunday, August 22
Room 102AB - Pride Alley