Asexuality 101: The Basics of the Ace Community
In this session, attendees will learn about the fundamentals of the asexual (“ace”) community. More specifically, this session will begin with a review of basic terminology in the ace community, including identities under the broader umbrella term of “asexual.” The session will continue with a review of common misconceptions that allosexual (i.e. non-ace) people have about the asexual community, and information to clarify these misconceptions will also be shared. And finally, the session will conclude with an interactive question and answer session, where attendees can learn more about topics...Read more related to both asexuality and ace inclusion. This programs approved for 1 hour of ethics education. Less...
- Better understand the various identities within the asexual (“ace”) community
- Conceptualize the common misconceptions that allosexual people often make about the ace community
- Recognize the challenges facing members of the ace community
Wednesday, October 06, 2021
12:00 PM EDT - 01:00 PM EDTRegister for this Webinar
About the speaker
Dorian Rhea Debussy, Ph.D. (they/them)
Rhea actively writes about issues affecting LGBTQ+ people in the military and LGBTQ+ politics more broadly. Most recently, Rhea served as the lead author for newly updated and expanded third edition of Freedom to Serve: The Definitive Guide to LGBTQ Military Service (forthcoming; Washington, D.C.: Modern Military Association of America), which is the most comprehensive guidebook on issues affecting LGBTQ service members across all branches of the military. Passionate about accessible academic writing, Rhea frequently publishes non-academic articles on LGBTQ+ political issues. Their work has been published by The Conversation, The Associated Press, BUST Magazine, and The Gay & Lesbian Review among others.
In addition to their role with Kenyon College, Rhea also serves as the Executive Director of the Ace and Aro Alliance of Central Ohio, which is the state’s first organization focused upon serving the asexual and aromantic community; a member of the Advisory Board for the TGNC360 Initiative of the OUT Georgia Business Alliance, which is the state’s first transgender-focused economic empowerment initiative; a facilitator of the NCAA’s Division III LGBTQ OneTeam Program, which is the organization’s first nationwide LGBTQ+ inclusion program. Previously, they served as both the Vice President for the Board of Directors and the Acting Operational Director of the Newark Ohio Pride Coalition, which coordinates a local pride festival of roughly 1,500 annual attendees.
CE Information - Earn 1 CE Credit Hour
Ohio Counselor Social Worker Marriage and Family Therapist Board
CE Process Info
A Continuing Education Certificate for this program will be obtained using the website CE Go. Approximately 3 days after the event, you will receive an email with a link to CE Go. This link will be emailed to the account you used to register for this event.
Upon accessing the CE-Go website, you will be able to:
- Complete the mandatory evaluation forms for the event
- Download your CE Certificate in PDF form
This program is approved for 1 hour of Ethics Continued Education. Clintonville Counseling and Wellness is approved by the state of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist board as a continuing Professional Education Provider for Counselors, Social Workers and Nurses #RCS012001, and Marriage and Family Therapists RTX082001
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