Here’s a selfie I took after I was on a Zoom panel for an asexuality event at the University of Massachusetts. I had a cool background set up.
Here I am making an appearance by Skype at an asexuality author panel in Vancouver. My head looks really big!
I’m going to appear (via Skype) on a book panel next week!
Me behind the Asexual Outreach banner, doing my table.
My workshop at the Toronto conference, where I discussed how to handle detractors.
Me with my group of pals at the Office Pub after the first day of the ace conference.
I got some coffee from Tim Horton’s, which is apparently a must while in Canada.
Signing books and tabling at the asexuality conference. I signed a bunch of books and held a drawing to win a copy.
At the asexuality conference, some of us took a group photo! There were lots of people who didn’t want to be in the photo or weren’t there, though.
Sebastian and me at the Insomnia restaurant. They picked a very cool place to eat!
Me having just arrived in the dorm room I rented in Toronto, where I stayed for the asexuality conference.
Official picture of me on the red carpet at the Lambda Awards. I was nominated for LGBT Nonfiction but did not win!
With John at the after-party, in weird light.
With John at the after-party.
Yay New York! I was invited to stay at John’s place for my NYC vacation.
Me getting my medal with spokesmodels at the IPPY Awards.
Here’s me with two book award medals I won: gold in the LGBT category for the Next Generation Indie Awards and silver in Sexuality/Relationships at the IPPY awards.
I got to go to Minnesota and give an asexuality-related talk at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Airport coffee is sometimes a necessary evil.
I had planned to wear a different shirt for my actual presentation, but everyone liked my Ruby and Sapphire shirt so much that I decided not to change. 🙂
The Spring Pride program in the queer student room. I was on it!
Some cool queer flags in the queer student room.
Me giving a presentation at University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Flags in the queer student room. Including the ace flag!