A Happy Life Without Sex – Sexuality Misconceptions Busted! Asexuality Interview With Asexual Coach and Asexual Author Sandra Bellamy.
A writer’s dream is to have people contact you, and ask to interview you and share your book to the world. This is what happened when Diane Délina, ADHD/Relationship & Sex Coach approached me, to ask to interview me on her sexuality misconceptions show. I jumped at the chance. Any opportunity to raise awareness for my very specialist topic – asexuality, is a dream come true. Watch the video now, to find out what was discussed! I think you will be surprised!
If you want to know more about asexuality, subscribe to my channel www.youtube.com/asexualisemyasexuallife and shop for Asexual Perspectives, 47 Asexual Stories, now! Here is the link https://amzn.to/33la1QO
If you are a writer struggling to know if you are doing the right thing by writing books, you are. They completely change people’s lives! Never give up. To my mind, the written word is one of the most powerful ways to change lives. I know it’s my lasting legacy, for generations to come. And there is no reason why it can’t be yours too.
As always, stay positive and write soon
I want to say a huge thank you to my blogging friend Paul Acton, who not only mentioned my post about asexuality in her Lazy Sunday post of Feb 28th, but embraced my asexuality, and by doing so helped to spread awareness of asexuality. Even though she isn’t asexual, she still had these very kind and thoughtful word to say:
Next up is a blog post with a video embedded, if your coffee is running low you might want to go refill before you start on this post. Sandra’s enthusiasm is contagious, I have no idea how she manages to juggle so many things at the same time but this post focuses on one of aspect of her life and interests, asexuality. Until Sandra started talking about it I really did not get what they meant by asexuality and I will be honest I can not really comprehend not having those feelings (just consider my previous share) but as she says everyone in individual and I think part of that is accepting that we do not have to fully understand everyone else but we should respect their differences https://quirkybooks.wordpress.com/2016/02/25/new-asexualise-com-website-coming-soon-update-and-news/
Here is the full Lazy Sunday post on her blog: