I Am Ace: Advice on Living Your Best Asexual Life (Paperback)Cody Daigle-Orians (author)
How do I know if I'm actually sexual?
How do I come out as asexual?
What kinds of relationship can I have as an ace person?
If you are looking for answers to these questions, Cody is here to help. Within these pages lie all the advice you need as a questioning ace teen.
Tackling everything from what asexuality is, the asexual spectrum and tips on coming out, to intimacy, relationships, acephobia and finding joy, this guide will help you better understand your asexual identity alongside deeply relatable anecdotes drawn from Cody's personal experience.
Whether you are ace, demi, gray-ace or not sure yet, this book will give you the courage and confidence to embrace your authentic self and live your best ace life.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 214 x 136 x 24 mm
Empowering and engagingly written, I Am Ace cuts through the madness and chaos of being an asexual person just discovering yourself. With generosity and enthusiasm, not to mention clear-eyed insights about the nature of sexuality and social norms, Cody Daigle-Orians invites readers not to be afraid of uncertainty, change and deep self-reflection. I can already tell this book is going to help so many people, and I just want to get it into the hands of baby aces everywhere, immediately! - Eris Young, author of They/Them/Theirs
I Am Ace is the loving introduction to the ace community we wish we had when we were younger. Whether you're questioning your sexuality or just curious to learn more about asexuality, Cody's personal stories and comforting advice will guide you to a greater understanding of yourself and the world around you. - Sarah Costello and Kayla Kaszyca, hosts of the Sounds Fake But Okay podcast and authors of Sounds Fake But Okay: An Asexual and Aromantic Perspective on Love, Relationships, Sex, and Pretty M
the most in-depth and most validating, affirming book for any asexual to read - Netgalley Reviewer
Written like a letter from an old friend, I Am Ace takes the reader on a journey towards confidence in discussing and proudly owning their asexuality. Both educational and conversational, Daigle-Orians has completed a guide on self discovery and understanding that simplifies a complex topic and that will benefit allos, aces, and everyone in between. - Elle Rose, demisexual writer and educator
Cody paints a wonderful picture of the struggles of coming to terms with one's own asexuality. I related greatly to the idea of not even having words for this stuff when I was in high school. You don't have to feel broken and you certainly don't have to feel confused! This book is an absolutely wonderful resource for understanding what doesn't get talked about anywhere near enough. - Mikey Neumann, creator of Filmjoy
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