(That might be in the Gnostic Gospels somewhere.) I didn't mysteriously die or go off the grid; I'm just terrible at goodbyes. Yep, I'm wrapping up this blog, which is very hard for me to say, despite the ephemeral nature of online ventures. Since 2007, Asexy Beast has been a big part of my life and my personal identity, but I think it's time to move on to some other projects now. When I started out, this was the only asexual blog (that I knew of...in English...) that consistently updated. Now, you are not limited by a lack of asexual writings online, but only by your time to read them all. The landscape has changed in my own life as well. I want to be real about the fact that asexuality is not the same priority for me that it was in 2007. Since I will most likely be out as asexual for the rest of my life, I suppose that my relationship with the identity will change as the years pass. At first, I felt very uncomfortable with the fact that asexuality was not so paramount in my mind anymore, but I think it's something that happens to a lot of queer people at this stage in our journeys of self-discovery. Do I still have more to say about asexuality? Always...but I want to take a step back and figure out what I want to use my (sadly, limited) time to write about at this point in my life. It might be asexuality-related, and it might not be. I may post here about future projects.
Still, let's keep in touch. You can always reach me at a gmail address called sanfranciscoemily.
I'm working on collecting posts for a "best of Asexy Beast", so if you have a favorite post, let me know! Thank you for being such kind, civil, and intelligent readers. You will always be the frosting on my glittery purple cake.