Asexuals do not feel sexual attraction. Asexuals romantics might feel romance and platonic affection but not sexual desire. Asexuals aromantics feel neither. The first community of “out” asexuals coalesced in the early 21st century, but struggles to deal with prejudices similar to that levelled against other sexual minorities. Accused of disease or denial, many asexual now hope to increase visibility and knowledge of their sexuality.
The Asexual Project is an ongoing multimedia web-doc created by the photographer and journalist Laia Abril.
The project portrays and gives voice to a whole spectrum of this sexual orientation, aiming to shed some light on a little-known community and to create a visual-creative-informative platform that encourages engagement.
I’m Asexual and I want to be part of the project.
We want to hear your story. Listen your opinions. Let you denounce stereotypes and prejudices. Share what it is to be an asexual.
Since the project is ongoing, we’re happy to have you joint it!
Eventually, your testimony will join the asexualsproject.com platform, as it might be featured in international media.
This project is supported by David Jay and AVEN Team.
If you want to feature the photographs and/or video content.
If you would like to become a partner or help keep the project growing with a donation. (And get a special Asexuals Project THANKS card as a reward!)
UNIVERSITY OR GALLERY
If you would like host a lecture, exhibition or installation of the Asexuals Project.
FOUNDATION OR ORGANIZATION
If you want to make a proposal. We’re open to any suggestion.
PHOTOGRAPHER AND STORYTELLER
I want to see more projects of Laia Abril as a Photographer and Storyteller.
I want to see more stuff from Pablo Pastor, the fantastic Editor of these videos.
I want to hear more songs from JWCM, Musician for the Asexuals Project.
I want to get to know Guillermo Brotons, Asexuals Project Platform Designer.
I want to contact David Peñuela, Web Developer, and ask him to build something.
I want to write a letter to Caitlin Hu, Copy Editor and have her correct it.