As someone who falls in the gray spectrum of asexuality I really enjoyed this drawn guide.
It's true that asexuality is not something widely recognized or talked about in either mainstream media or everyday life, so it was a nice surprise to stumble into this title.
I've even had conversations with friends, who I guess would label themselves as allies, and still scoffed at the notion that someone can have romantic attraction towards another person while feeling no sexual attraction to them. We live in such an over-sexualized world that's it's inconcebible even for somewhat open-minded people that you wouldn't want to have sex with someone you click with. It was a very uncomfortable conversation, let me tell you.
But back to the book, I really like the chill, friendly tone. And I loved the drawings! They were so expressive and full of movement I felt like I was seeing the freeze-frames of an animated video.
I think this is a great resource for people discovering the world of asexuality and those wanting to know a little bit more, whether just to better inform yourself, or because you're questioning where you fall in the wide range that's human sexuality.
Kudos to Molly Muldoon and Will Hernandez for opening up and sharing their experiences in such a fun, simple, clear, educational way.
And how awesome is it that Asexuality's unofficial mascots are axolotls and cake?!
**I recieved an e-arc of this title from Oni Press and Limerence Press through Netgalley. All opinions are my own**