By Saf and Sho
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The podcast about being ace and loving space
||CleanAce Space Episode 3: Revenge of the Unnecessary Romantic Plotlines||Download Welcome to Ace Space, a podcast about being ace and loving space! In our Episode 3 we welcome our new host, Nic! We also talk about the Drowning In Moonlight gala (it’s going to rock), discuss unnecessary romantic plotlines we dislike and the||2/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAce Space Episode 2: ACEttack of the Pokés||Download Welcome to Ace Space, a podcast about being ace and loving space! For our Episode 2 we talk about some experiences relayed to us by ANONYMOUS LISTENER X and discuss alienation, validity, and changing identities.||12/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAce Space #1: The Phantom MenACE||Download Welcome to Ace Space, a podcast about being ace and loving space! For our official Episode 1 we discuss headcanon, subtext, and the vital importance of overt representation. We also talk about some fictional characters we like to headcanon as..||10/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAce Space #1||Download Welcome to Ace Space, a podcast about being ace and loving space! For our pilot episode we ask what asexuality and aromanticism are, and discuss our experiences with both identities. We also talk about what we hope to cover in future episodes..||9/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Great New Podcast
I’m really enjoying this podcast. Saf and Sho are fantastic hosts who discuss all things related to geekery and asexuality and aromanticism … and I’ll admit that I didn’t even know what aromanticism was until I listened to this podcast. I feel like a blindspot is being filled in. After listening to just the first two episodes, I’ve already started incorporating asexuality and aromanticism into conversations with my kids and others. The more we talk about these things, the better. And listening to the two hosts couch these conversations in the language of fandom really helps to connect all the dots for me.