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Volume 32, Issue 3, Winter 2020


Table of Contents


  • Introduction: The Erotics of Asexualities and Nonsexualities: Intersectional Approaches, Ela Przybylo and Kristina Gupta
  • Thinking Asexually: Sapin-Sapin, Asexual Assemblages, and the Queer Possibilities of Platonic Relationalities, Theresa N. Kenney
  • “The only story I will ever be able to tell”: Nonsexual Erotics of Friendship in Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and Tana French’s The Likeness, Anna Kurowicka
  • “[T]he happiest, well-feddest wolf in Harlem”: Asexuality as Resistance to Social Reproduction in Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem, Justin Smith
  • Constructions of Asexual Identity in China: Intersections of Class, Gender, Region of Residence, and Asexuality, Day Wong and Xu Guo
  • Intimacy Beyond Sex: Korean Television Dramas, Nonsexual Masculinities, and Transnational Erotic Desires, Min Joo Lee
  • Asexuality and Erotic Biopolitics, Nathan Snaza
  • Incels, Compulsory Sexuality, and Fascist Masculinity, Casey Ryan Kelly and Chase Aunspach


  • Trans Study (1) and Sterile, Cameron Awkward-Rich
  • In Our Heart Circle for Two, Juan Miera
  • Learning to re-claim my body and my asexuality, Sav Schlauderaff
  • first time, Jo Teut
  • Friends & Lovers, Rebecca Ruth Gould

Book Review

  • Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness, by M. Remi Yergeau (2017), Sam Kizer