Chai Elemental

is creating a disability justice blog, an asexuality blog, and a music blog

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About Chai Elemental

Hello, Patreon! My name is Amaranthe, a.k.a. Chai Elemental, and I am creating three projects: a blog on my special interest in heavy music, a blog about asexuality, and a blog about ableism.

Rock, Roll, 'n' Stim (blog):
I always knew there was something unusual about how I interacted with the world. When I was about thirteen, I started to suspect that that unusual thing might be Asperger's. Ten years later, I was finally diagnosed Autistic. One of my longest-running Autistic special interests is rock, metal, punk, and other music with crunching guitars and fast tempos, so I'm making a video series on that. I also like to talk about being Autistic while I'm at it. https://youtu.be/uc5rVGsU_D4

That Weird Ace Woman (blog):
I knew I was asexual when I was ten, although I didn't have a word for it until I was 19. The word I had before that was "broken," although sometimes I called myself a "biological snafu" when I was trying to use gallows humor. I became a loud, active voice for asexual visibility and education in college, but was chased back into closet by acemisic "exclusionists" after that. I'm trying to get over my cowardice by blogging about asexuality now, almost 10 years later.

This Is for You, Carrie (blog):
Started the day after Carrie Fisher (may her memory be a blessing) passed away in her honor and written under the pseudonym Mara Lee, this blog is aimed at discussing ableism--oppression of Disabled people--and how to combat it in everyday life. I mostly talk about mental illness and being Autistic on that blog, though, seeing as I'm physically abled(ish). thisisforyoucarrie.blog
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