I’m rather busy at the moment, so this is going to be rather brief.
(This is mostly directed at Tumblr, since that’s where I’m seeing the most acephobia and general horribleness towards people on the asexual spectrum)
I am not going to comment on the amount of hatred aimed at aces on Tumblr, especially the recent influx of it. I deal with enough acephobes and take comfort in the fact that they’re on the wrong side of history.
I did want to take a moment to remind everyone that there is a strict anti-bullying, anti-bigotry policy on this blog (which is stated in the F.A.Q.) section. Simply put: I do not tolerate any kind of bullying or hatred. Racism, sexism, misogyny, homophobia, classism, ableism, any -ism (and other kind of prejudice) isn’t welcome on this blog and will not be tolerated.
If I catch wind of anyone reblogging and/or supporting the people who are currently attacking and bullying aces (and there’s one blogger in particular who has been targeting both asexual and bisexual bloggers on Tumblr), you will be permanently blocked from Asexual Artists. If you are blocked, I will pull your interview and links so fast your head will spin. I don’t care your reasons, I don’t care if you’re friends with an acephobe, if you are participating in acephobia and erasure, you are not welcome on this site. Asexual Artists is a safe place for everyone on the ace spectrum. And I will not tolerate any abuse directed at them.
More Interviews Needed
As always, Asexual Artists is open for more interviews. Every single kind of artist is welcome. If you’re anywhere on the spectrum, I would love to interview you.
I need more interviews to fill out the month, so please, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you, everyone!