Ace Week (Asexual Awareness Week) 2020

This week is Asexual Awareness Week (commonly referred to as Ace Week), an internationally recognised week and campaign started in 2010 and held in October each year to educate individuals on asexuality and asexual sub-identities (aromantic, demisexual and grey-asexual) alongside dispelling misconceptions and sharing experiences of the diverse asexual community.  The ace community has made significant headway over the

International Pronouns Day 2020

From its inaugural day on the 17th of October 2018, International Pronouns Day has continued to grow year by year across the globe as we continue to build a more inclusive society for all; and as such it is a day that we are proud to recognise and celebrate. In recent years, we have seen

Ace Week (Asexual Awareness Week)

This week is Asexual Awareness Week (commonly referred to as Ace Week), an internationally recognised week and campaign started in 2010 and held in October each year to educate individuals on asexuality and asexual sub-identities (aromantic, demisexual and grey-asexual) alongside dispelling misconceptions and sharing experiences of the diverse asexual community.  The ace community has made significant headway over the

National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day – Friday 11th October 2019 For this year’s National Coming Out Day, we have gathered the following stories and thoughts from our Network members to highlight the multitude of coming out experiences – after all, we do not come out just the once!! “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” —

IDAHOBIT 2019

SIGNAL members attended IDAHOBIT last Friday to watch some of our fellow members on stage. It was a great event and luckily the rain held off for the evening! Thank you to Alison Metcalfe for a great speech. Thank you to James Laley for his role in the organisation of the event and keeping us