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AVEN members throughout the world regularly engage in visibility projectsincluded but not limited to distributing informative pamphlets, leading workshops, arranging local meetups and speaking to interested press.

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The AVEN community centers around the web forum, which provides a safe space for asexual and questioning people as well as their partners, friends and families to discuss their experiences. The static content and wiki carry general information about asexuality, including asexual perspectives and several FAQs.

The community forums are places for asexuals and their sexual friends, partners and allies to congregate, discuss issues, socialize, and find ways of spreading asexual awareness. AVEN is run by two teams, both elected by the general membership.

The site's founder David Jay retains several responsibilities that have not yet been adopted by these two teams.

The AVEN forums are patrolled by a large number of administrators and moderators. It is their job to keep the forums civil and to ensure that topics are in their proper forums, as well as to lock threads that are Aven asexual david or that have degenerated into personal insults. Some moderators take care of a specific Aven asexual david of the forums, while administrators take on more general and sweeping duties such as deleting spam accounts. The term 'admod' is occasionally used on the forums to refer to the administration and moderation teams as one group.

New moderators are elected by the whole of AVEN on a case-by-case basis when a new position becomes available or an old moderator resigns. They are initially elected to a single section of the forum, but are often moved around to different ones as the need arises. New admins are chosen by the admod team.

In addition to administrators of the forums, AVEN also has a Project Team - a group of members dedicated to overseeing AVEN's many efforts to bring education and visibility to the outside world. Asexuals have always existed, but until the invention of the Internet, they seldom had ways to connect with each other and share their experiences.

In the early and mid 90s, asexuals would occasionally post on sexuality-related newsgroups expressing their identification with asexuality, but search functions weren't "Aven asexual david" enough and it was hard to locate like-minded people.


Aven asexual david first, it was simply a front page giving a definition of asexuality and asking for e-mail from those who understood. One e-mail directed Jay to the Haven for the Human Amoebaa Yahoo group on asexuality that had existed sincebut was only just starting to take off in terms of posts.

Due to the structure of a Yahoo group, every comment someone made was emailed to everybody else, and Aven asexual david membership and activity in the Haven for the Human Amoeba grew, this became an awkward way to do things. There was demand for a website on asexuality with a better community structure, and several websites emerged with competing ideologies.

Some websites catered to antisexual views. Others held that the only real definition of Aven asexual david was nonlibidoism. AVEN was reconstructed in the hopes of becoming a more inclusive option, based in sex-neutrality "sex is great if you're interested, but if you're not interested, you don't have to worry about it" and the belief that anyone who identifies as asexual is validly asexual, regardless of sex drive or other factors. See Collective identity model.

The forum at this point had about members. The first moderator elections were held a few months later. Check out the original AVEN timeline.

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AVEN has over 30, registered members on the English site alone. Of these members, more than half have posted at least once, and a tenth of these have posted more than times.


Among more experienced AVENites, especially in the Just For Fun section of the forum, traditions have sprung up such as offering "Aven asexual david" to new members. Some of these traditions can be difficult to understand for an outsider, or even an experienced AVENite who does not spend a lot of time in Just For Fun.

There is also a subsection of AVEN culture known as chat culture. There are many dimensions to chat culture that Aven asexual david but are not limited to: Retrieved from " http: Forums Asexual Organizations Community. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. Views Read View source View history.