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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-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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