Oh Joy Sex Toy: How I Realized I'm Asexual

Erika Moen
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I’ve been producing webcomics since I was 15 and doing it full-time as a professional since the age of 25 at Periscope Studio in Portland, OR. My work has been published by Dark Horse Comics, BOOM! Studios, Image Comics, Fantagraphics, Last Gasp and Villard, among my many self-published projects as well.

Oh Joy Sex Toy is a weekly comic that graphically explores sexuality. This week, guest artist Kiku H shares her personal experiences learning what it means to be asexual.

Like all identities and orientations, asexuality means a variety of different things to different people! Some asexuals (aces!) feel zero sexual or romantic attraction at all, some feel negligible sexual attraction for others but still enjoy their own arousal and masturbation, some feel romantic attraction for others but don’t desire sexual interaction with them, AND SO MANY MORE VARIATIONS. To learn more about asexuality and the many subtle different ways people may experience it, please head on over to The Asexuality Visibility and Education Network.

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