Tag Archives: sexuality


Joke: Asexuality and Garlic Bread

Main Piece:  Collector: “I remember a while ago you were talking about the link between garlic bread and ace people, right? Can you explain that?” Informant: “Well, essentially, the consensus is that garlic bread is better than sex. And thus, slowly, over time, through memes and such, it became part of ace- asexual culture to… Continue Reading »

“The Bagel Song” at Camp

The informant is a 20-year old college sophomore at University of Michigan majoring in industrial and systems engineering. She went to sleep-away camp for several years and was excited to share some of her fond memories of it with me. One such memory is “the Bagel Song.”   “Bagels, doo doo doo Bagels, doo doo… Continue Reading »

Cameroonian Views on Femininity

My informant is the mother of a USC student. She is an immigrant from Cameroon and came to America with her husband and son before giving birth to their daughter. “In my culture it is believed that a woman who has no children is considered wicked, a man, and worthless. If she is married and… Continue Reading »

Gloria III

It began when we had our party I really don’t remember the beginning – it was the Genderfuck party, yeah –  because I was on this thing called DOC. And I was tripping and kind of like in my own little world. I do know that around 2am, people started taking off their clothes and… Continue Reading »