World Pride Ace & Aro Conference 2019

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Raised by 33 people in 2 months
Created January 25, 2019
For the past few WorldPrides there has been an asexuality conference in the host city, and this year it will be in NYC!

On Saturday June 29th, we will host the next Ace & Aro Conference in the Financial District of New York City. The conference will be organized by Aces NYC ( and AVEN (

We're fundraising for rental space, food, invited guest speakers, and general conference setup materials. Financial donations as well as frequent flyer miles for out-of-town invited speakers, extra space for out-of-town conference attendees to stay in, and ride shares would also be incredibly helpful. Please reach out to to donate miles, extra places to stay, and shared rides.

The conference will be open to all asexual and aromantic spectrum people, including (but not limited to) those who identify as: asexual, grey-ace, demisexual, aromantic, grey-aro, demi-aro, queer, questioning, or some combination of these identities. Friends and allies are also welcome!

For more information please check out our website , and see who's coming  . If you have any additional questions please reach out at

So far we're happy to announce the following invited speakers:

Michón Neal –aka Tesla, aka Gentleman Goddess/xx
ze/hir, be/beir, Mx.
Michón is an autistic Othergender BlaQueer dragon who tattoes dead trees with the most sinister ink and ze hurts all over all the time. Ze is actively involved in creating language, stories, and resources for other aromantic people, and though not always quite at home in the ace community, writes inclusive stories about asexuality.

Tristan (Siggy)
Tristan is an activist best known for his work on the blog The Asexual Agenda, and the Ace Community Survey Team.  As a mixed-race grayro/grace, he believes it is important understand the diversity of ace and aro experiences.

Angela Chen
Angela Chen is an ace journalist and essayist in New York. Her first book, ACE: Understanding Asexuality and Culture, is forthcoming from Beacon Press and she is currently a staff science reporter for The Verge. 

Cit Callahan

Cit Callahan is a triracial author, artist, and sensitivity reader. Known for eir writing and twitter rants, e has worked to diversify the creative arts through diverse writing, education, and the Common Bonds Anthology centering aromantic stories.

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Hello Ace & Aro Conference contributors!
Thank you so much, we truly couldn’t have done this without you.

We have additional information up about the conference on our website:

As well as some fantastic speakers you can read about here:

We would love to make sure that you, those who helped us get off the ground, have the chance to get a ticket to our conference, which is going live shortly. We are also excited to announce a new asexual documentary screening premiere Friday night - just before the conference.

Tickets are available here:
Ace & Aro Conference:
Ace Documentary:

If you have any questions, please, please feel free to reach out at
Thank you so much for all of your support!
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