Any books with asexual representation?
Dare Mighty Things- YA sci-fi
Let’s talk about love. I think it’s classified YA but the female main character is ace and it’s all about her identity in college. I really enjoyed it!
Ann Leckie’s Imperial Radch trilogy. Ancillary Justice is the first book, sci-fi.
Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee
Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides. A brilliant novel
Wonderful on so many levels! Brilliant!
I loved this book!!!!!
I agree Middlesex!
How to be Normal by TJ Klune
Thank you guys so much!
Also Seanan McGuire’s Every Heart a Doorway, which I’m just getting into now as an audiobook.
Question: What do you mean by asexual? A novel with no sex? Or a character not having sex? Or unidentifiable gender? (Just curious)
For reference, agender would be a person with an unidentifiable gender, and asexual is a person who doesn’t experience sexual attraction. Unlike celibacy, it’s not a choice, but just the way they are wired, so to speak.
^what she said. A character who doesn’t experience sexual attraction.
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