So so far my flow for the Asexuality Lecture is
- Root Words and Asexuality
- What Asexuality Means==>Mention Gray Sexuality as there is intersection in interpretations
- What Asexuality DOES NOT MEAN==>Mention Aro and how its different specifically, as well as other misconceptions
- A special section on Asexuals and Relationships
- A section on Gray Sexuality and Sexualities that are close to/intersect with Asexuality (Like Demisexual for example)
- Asexuality in the Media (and how little of it there is, and Asexual response to Hypersexual focus of media possibly?)
- Controversy-Diagnosing as a Disorder(HSDD)/LGBT community denial
- Sources/Further Reading
This is supposed to be about 40 minutes long, so I mean I am going to go into the nitty-gritty on each sub section.
I already have a good chunk planned out and I think that this will be enough to give a good idea about what Asexuality is, is not, and other issues surrounding it.
And I have more ideas if I need to expand the duration, which I do not believe I will have to, as this is already a LOT to talk about.
I just wonder, will he put it on exams and tests?