A project about UK-based asexual people, in collaboration with sociologist Mark Carrigan.
2010 – 2013
As featured in Vice:
“Encountering asexual people for the first time calls into question a basic assumption that most of us hold: that everyone experiences sexual attraction… Asexuality, when actually discussed, is painted as a dramatic departure from the norm. But the idea of what it means to be “sexual” is left weirdly undefined in our culture today… Research suggests you might know some asexual people, even if you don’t realise it. It’s estimated that around 1 percent of the population is asexual, even if they don’t (yet) define themselves as such.” – Mark Carrigan for Vice