July 2016 Carnival of Aces Round-Up: Make ’em Laugh

First off, I’d like to thank everyone who contributed to this month’s carnival. As a first-time host it was an amazing experience!

We’ve got some really good stuff going on this month. The topic was humor, for those who don’t remember. The featured topic next month is Naming It and is being hosted by Valprehension. Make sure to check it out and post a submission!

*note: Round-Up is ordered via submission date

Here we go:

 (kitwillliams19) writes about the power of humor in times of trouble as well as shares a few favorite jokes.

thenoteswhichdonotfit (Sara K.) writes about the odd tendency for aces and aros to become the go-to person for sex/relationship advice in their friend group and provides a mini-linkspam

thistooshalleventuallypass (Mara Jane, aka your Carnival Host) shares a time when friends’ dirty jokes went too far for comfort

aceyinspace (Emilia) shares some personal experiences where jokes have been hurtful or confusing as well as how ace-community jokes can make one feel normal

dollopheadedmerlin (Dollop) explains an Ace Greeting from a friend

luvtheheaven  provides this carnival with the requisite amount of serious/educational material in a two part series titled “How to Positively Represent Asexuality within Humorous Fiction.”

Thanks again for participating this month. If you are interested in hosting or learning more about the Carnival make sure to check out the Masterpost over at The Asexual Agenda!

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7 Responses to July 2016 Carnival of Aces Round-Up: Make ’em Laugh

  1. Pingback: Carnival of Aces: Make ’em Laugh | The Asexual Agenda

  2. Sara K. says:

    Just a tiny note – my name does not have an ‘h’ in it.

    Anyway, thanks for hosting the carnival!

    Like

  3. Pingback: How to Positively Represent Asexuality within Humorous Fiction: Part 2, “Options that can be funny without being hurtful!” – From Fandom to Family: Sharing my many thoughts

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  5. Pingback: Call for Submissions! August 2016 Carnival of Aces: “Naming it” | Valprehension

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