May 2016 Carnival Of Aces Roundup
Here is the roundup of posts for the May 2016 Carnival of Aces, on the topic of Questioning Your Faith. I received a lot of great submissions and I loved reading about everyone’s various faith journeys. Thank you to everyone who shared their stories!
June’s Carnival of Aces is hosted by Rock Of Aces.
Nuri writes about their experiences as a Pakistani Muslim ace and differences between religion and culture.
Laura writes about her experience converting to Islam and how it is intricately intertwined with her asexuality and queerness.
Elyssa discusses her journey to accept and embrace her own asexuality as a follower of Bast, and how to navigate relationships with traditionally sexualized deities
Elyssa writes about how her asexuality and spirituality intersect with her queerness, as someone who identifies as a queer asexual.
Libris writes about the parallels of being pagan and being ace, and her process of denial rather than questioning that led to converting to Celtic paganism and discovering her asexual identity.
Siggy discusses his experience leaving straightness as an atheist, and how for him, leaving straighteness was a more emotional process than leaving religion.
@girls-youvegotanotherone writes about her experience in Christianity as an asexual atheist.
A³ discusses the experience of losing faith in literature after identifying as asexual.
La Pamplemouse discusses buying an ace ring and how it’s a symbol of faith and asexuality.
Sara writes about what to remember when questioning your orientation and how to find faith that who you decide you are is who you’re meant to be.
Mara Jane writes about her experiences discovering her asexual and aromantic identity and how questioning her sexuality has led her to question her faith in other things such as her life plan.
Erkenfresh discusses growing up Catholic and how religion may mask asexuality behind chastity.
Laura writes about the parallels between gradually discovering her asexuality and gradually questioning her faith, changing from Catholicism to Buddhism.
Roxa writes about their perspective on faith as a nonbinary, aro ace, Christian and how they are constantly questioning their faith, but always find faith in their own story.
Saki writes about her journey of faith and asexuality from a Christian perspective, specifically discussing experiences with Catholicism and being a non denominational Christian.
Halfthoughts writes about how questioning their asexual/queer identity led them to question their faith, specifically in the Catholic, Christian, and Yoga traditions, and what they have learned about faith from being asexual.
Roses, an ex-Catholic, discusses their relationship with asexuality and lack of faith (in a religious sense) and how for them, deconversion and asexuality are very directly linked.