Rowling has this thing about minorities. She wants them to get rights… but on her terms, in nice gentle ways that don’t upset the social order.
It's not "We're here, we're queer, sorry for the inconvenience. We'll try to temper our existence to fit a mold that'll be more palatable for you to accept us." It's "We're here, we're queer, get used to it." So get used to it.
BloodBound, book 1 in the Ace Assassin series, by Kaija Rayne, who also goes by Kaelan Rhywiol, is a Welsh lore focused adult paranormal and urban fantasy romance featuring an asexual/demisexual and polyamorous protagonist with steamy romance and otherworldly mystique.
Deference features the main character, Lana, who is a foreigner running away from past trauma while living and working in the beautiful country of Japan and also studying martial arts with her teacher, Honda. The story follows Lana's relationship with both Honda and his wife, Yuki, as everything with them becomes more and more intense.
On Twitter recently, there was a blow up of "bi discourse" because a bi writer who'd written a sapphic book was rejected by a gay agent for the expressed reason that she is married to a man. Since this happened, I've been seeing so much bi pride and bi phobia that it's giving me whiplash, … Continue reading Bisexual Discourse