Natalie Naudus's lively narration paired with Chen's engaging prose makes for a winning combination in this accessible and nuanced introduction to asexuality. Through the lens of her own experiences and those of other aces, Chen explores the multiplicity of ace identities, the history of the asexual movement, and the many lessons asexuality has to teach about sex, desire, consent, and the diversity of human relationships. Naudus strikes the perfect balance between intimacy and detachment. She handles the research and analysis in a clear, level voice. In the personal sections, she lets Chen's anger, alienation, pride, and excitement shine through. Whether you're a proud ace or have never heard of asexuality, this audiobook will shake up your understanding of human sexuality in the most invigorating way. L.S. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2020]
Digital Download Beacon Press 2020
DD ISBN 9780807013922 $20.00
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