Katie Valley created a poster to capture her interview with Kaitlyn Radoicic in a media design class in the Journalism program.
Asexuality is a spectrum of identity for those who do not experience sexual attraction.
OU junior Kaitlyn Radoicic said one of her best experiences with asexual identity was learning her now-girlfriend of almost three years was asexual, too, because of her black ring on her middle finger, an asexuality identifier.
“I said, ‘I’m ace,’ and then I asked, ‘If you don’t mind me asking, what about you?’” Radoicic said. “What she did was shine her phone flashlight on her ring, and
we were very excited and just hugged each other.”
Radoicic said it’s important to embrace asexual identity and discover how asexuality fits into life.
“You are who you are, and trying to force yourself to be in relationships you don’t want is not going to make you happier,” she said. “That’s something that you need to come to terms with in whatever way works for you.”
EMBRACE IT – asexuality.org