Ace Space: For Aces & Aros

Ace Space

Asexual Awareness Week 2017: An Ace Student Panel

Thursday, 26th October
Student Center 321


This year, the LGBTQIA Resource Center and Ace Space will celebrate Asexual Awareness Week with a special student panel. All members of the Georgia Tech community are invited to come learn about the experiences and identities of students who identify as asexual and/or aromantic. Our panelists will do some asexual mythbusting, talk about some of the challenges of coming out as ace, and share strategies for how you can be more supportive and inclusive of ace and aro people. This is a great opportunity to learn about an often misunderstood and invisible community.




What is Ace Space? Who can join Ace Space?

Ace Space is Georgia Tech's event and meeting series for asexual and aromantic students. We host game nights, dinners, and discussions for all ace- and aro-identified students, including those who are considering identifying under the ace umbrella. Ace Space also hosts an online Facebook group for questions, community, and resource sharing.


How can I join Ace Space?

The Center hosts a mailing list for ace and aro students. Please email us if you'd like to be added so that you can receive news and updates about future Ace Space events.


Past events:

Spring 2016: Board game night
Fall 2016: Coffee Hour
Spring 2017: Coffee and Crafts