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#26: (A)sexual star and director David Jay and Angela Tucker

On this episode of Represent, Slate culture writer, Aisha Harris talks to David Jay and Angela Tucker, the star and director, respectively, of the 2011 documentary (A)sexual; as well as three members of the asexuals community.

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Check out:
-Slate: Asexuality and Intersex Conditions Are Television’s New Frontier
-USA’s Sirens: Brian and Voodoo on S2:E1
-Netflix’s BoJack Horseman: Todd Chavez comes out as asexual on S3:E12
-Fox’s House: House “successfully disproves” asexuality on S8:E9
-Resources from The Asexual Visibility and Education Network

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