Welcome to the Asexual Book Club of the Twin Cities! In a world where YA literature is increasingly becoming synonymous with first love/first kiss/first sex, it is important to remember that many teens are not experiencing those and may in fact not want to experience any of that ever. Our goal is to create a safe, supportive, and fun environment for asexual youth to connect with each other and talk about literature that is relevant to them.
Titles of books that we have read or will read in the future can be found in the blog posts.
Note: An asexual is a person who does not experience sexual attraction. This is different from celibacy, where a person may experience sexual attraction but choose not to act upon it. Asexual people may experience romantic attraction, or they may not. People who are aromantic may experience sexual attraction, or they may not. For more information on asexuality and identity labels, look under the “Resources” tab in the menu.
We meet the first Saturday of every month at 2pm in the coffeeshop of the Maplewood library. Feel free to contact the organizer at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Disclaimer: This site and book club is for a school project. The meeting times and places are fictionalized. The books are real, though.