Out of 620 posts, how to determine "the best"? Well, either they were popular...or unpopular, but I liked them a lot anyway, or they seemed especially educational or representative of this blog's worldview. I've put the posts into categories, starting with:
What the heck was I trying to achieve with this blog?
The Intro Post and What Army!
On, what else, asexuality:
Could I Be Asexual? (My most-viewed post by a long shot, due to the search terms)
Asexuals Are Awesome! *Hides*
Carnival of Aces roundup post: Race
Virginity: No Excuses
Sympathy for the Hermits: Asexuality and being 'asocial'
Ily and the Add-Ons: Dealing with negative reactions to coming out
I Love a Charade: Party games I have hated...
Among other things, asexuals like overanalyzing and teetotaling.
In Praise of Confusion
What is Asexual Pride?
The Times of Harvey Milk: Featuring coming-out tips for the 21st century
Dancing to Vaguely Depressing Music: How to show love for oneself?
What is romance, anyway?
Genuis Loci: For the love of places
A few notable events: World Pride! Our first entry in the San Francisco pride parade, one of our following years there, and the day I reached my meetup goal.
My series on community: What it is, what gets in the way, how we're doing, and what Claude Monet has to do with it all.
On relationships of all sorts:
The Web of Mystery: Platonic Attraction
Cougars and Gift Sex
BFFs: Susan and Elizabeth (the suffragists!)
The term "in a relationship"
Or, more specifically, on the single life:
Tips for Traveling Alone
Loneliness: Alternate Narrative
How to be Alone: Reviews [of activities you can do by yourself]
Eternal Hope and the Long-Term Single Life
Like books (Intercourse, Marrying Anita, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, The Feminine Mystique), movies (Brideshead Revisited, Maurice, The Sheik, Withnail and I), TV (Entourage) and music (indiepop!).
Why I'm Queer
The Start of a Bicurious Friendship
Gayness Thrust Upon Them: On the book Surpassing the Love of Men
On body image:
Asexy-Ugly and the Hobbit Acceptance Project
And more generally, on our culture:
The language we use to describe sexual coming-of-age events
The "minority report" of philosophy
How I avoided peer pressure (most of the time)
Subcultures of One...thanks to the internet
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