Asexuality journal The Asexual has published its latest issue, which examines some intersections between asexual and agender experiences.
As Asexual Awareness Week 2018 draws to a close, the Trust celebrates all the ways asexuality became more visible over the last seven days.
As part of our celebrating Asexual Awareness Week, the Trust recently got in touch with the founder and editor editor of the world’s first dedicated ace journal to celebrate a leader in the global ace movement.
Asexual Awareness Week 2018 has begun. Asexual communities in New Zealand and around the world are celebrating their identity. The Asexuality New Zealand Trust is excited to be part of celebrating asexuality.
Update: As of 3 January 2020, the Trust is no longer a charitable entity. The following information is archival in nature.
The Asexuality New Zealand Trust’s board of trustees have gained incorporation with the Companies Office, and the Trust has been recognised as a not-for-profit charitable entity by the Charities Office.