A Life

A weekly podcast about asexuality

A Life #30: Coming Out

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Coming out can be hard and scary for some people. For asexuals, it can be harder because not many people have heard of asexuality. This episode of A Life, we talk about coming out, worst and best responses, personal experiences, and give some tips on how to come out of that closet.


Coming out questions


August 31, 2010 - Posted by | Podcast


  1. I’ve got a small comment, one of you mentioned in response to a figure about autism “Oh god, that’s how much we’ve polluted our planet”. Autism isn’t caused by pollution. (And whether diagnostic techniques have gotten better or worse is also debatable)

    Comment by Georgia | September 5, 2010

  2. Hey guys. I just started listening to your podcast a day or two ago. On this episode Vlad (sorry if my spelling is wrong), said that she identifies as homo-romantic but that she considered being romantically attracted to a man as possible, but highly unlikely.

    To Vlad:
    I was wondering how, when people ask what your romantic orientation is, what label you use, or if you give the “lengthy” description that you used on the podcast. I ask this because I’d describe myself the same way, except as hetero-romantic because I’m a guy.

    To All: Thanks so much for being so open about yourselves on the show. It really helps to know that there are others like you/me out there. Your podcast is and will be a great resource for me now and in the future.

    Comment by Brent | March 30, 2011

  3. I just found your answer, Vlad, on Episode 38 😀

    Comment by Brent | April 2, 2011

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