I really was afraid to say this for so long, but I’m queer, and asexual. What does that mean? When I first realized this a few years ago, it was so unknown, not even part of the common phrase LGBTQ. The A, or ace, as we identify, was left out for so long, but it’s starting to get the attention it deserves. I don’t want to speak publicly about my private experiences. That is my privacy, which I steadfastly believe I have the right to have. Here’s some links to learn more about this identification, and please read and take us all into your hearts. Gassho.