Why sexual people don’t get asexuality and why it matters for everybody

By |March 12th, 2015|Asexuality updates|0 Comments

I went to a seminar by Mark Carrigan at Balliol College, Oxford University, yesterday on how understanding asexuality may change the way we think about our sexual identities.

Creating support for change

By |February 7th, 2015|Asexuality updates|0 Comments

After being frustrated by my earlier efforts to bring positive change, I became a member of Loughborough University's staff LGBT group.

Time to Talk, Time to Change

By |February 5th, 2015|Essays|0 Comments

A mental health charity challenged everyone to talk about mental health issues for five minutes today. I posted my thoughts on it here.

Into the mind of a mathematician

By |January 26th, 2015|Quick thoughts|0 Comments

I thought I'd share an interesting quote I found today from a professional mathematics about what it means to teach mathematics.

Innocent Eyes

By |January 19th, 2015|Essays|0 Comments

I talk about my recent reflections on life and music and conclude that happiness is within reach.

And so it may continue

By |January 6th, 2015|Recent news|0 Comments

Today I started my new job as a pedagogic research assistant at Oxford Brookes University.

Welcome to 2015!

By |January 1st, 2015|Recent news|0 Comments

A short message for my readers for New Year's Day 2015.

Teenager highlights ‘prejudice and discrimination’ against asexuality in documentary

The Mirror reports that a teenager — Josh Scott — has created a video and pamphlet about the problems caused by a lack of understanding of asexuality.

Asexuals want orientation recognised

“I want it to get into sex ed and sexual counselors,” Decker, a writer and an asexual, said of the book. “So that it will work into the common knowledge and common narrative about what sexuality is.”

A grandson’s lament

By |November 24th, 2014|Recent news|0 Comments

Last night, my grandfather passed away. This is why he is so special to me.