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Asexual Fairy Tales
Asexual Fairy Tales | Elizabeth Hopkinson
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A refreshing collection of enchanting fairy tales that reflects the spectrum of human sexuality.
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PuddleJumper
Asexual Fairy Tales | Elizabeth Hopkinson
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This is not an anthology of asexual fairy tales or even fairy tales reimagined with asexual people.

If I'm being kind, it could be more aro than ace but I'm not being kind because this book is offensive.

Most of the stories were about people avoiding unwanted marriage or avoiding or escaping sexual assault.

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PuddleJumper There is one story that involves raping a comotose woman but it's ok because they were together before she fell into a coma.

Throughout the different stories there was a ‘sex bad and disgusting‘ vibe and that people were virtuous for not wanting it. There are sex repulsed asexual people (and other people) and that's ok but not everyone that is ace thinks that.
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PuddleJumper It does not represent asexuality at all. The stories didn't even include asexuality. It's very confusing and offensive. 6mo
5feet.of.fury Yikes 6mo
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willaful Ewww. 6mo
thegreensofa Ohmygoodness! 😯🙁 6mo
Emilymdxn Damn I‘ve seen this book around a lot and thought it looked good 6mo
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Megara
Asexual Fairy Tales | Elizabeth Hopkinson
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I‘m one of the supporters mentioned at the end. 🙌 #signed

Birdsong28 I have put my name on a book recently as a signed supporter and it feels so special! Enjoy the feeling! 📚 📖 5y
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