if you say “i support all aces! this is a safe ace space! ace means anyone asexual demi or grey!”
and then also say,
“aces don’t experience any sexual attraction” — uh, where did the demi and grey folks go suddenly? and:
“it’s acephobic erasure to like X character having sex” — uh, what about…the aces who have sex…
(yes, yes, i know, often people throw out any word-of-god or even canon ace identity in order to sex up a character. but uh… nuance? “inherently acephobic” suggests no ace could possibly interpret that character that way.
plus when the ‘confirmed ace’ situation is…more like, “too innocent/lazy to have sex” — ??? this is the “explicit representation” you’re fighting for?? you don’t think other aces might possibly be processing by rejecting that?)
just. look. “all aces” is damn broad. maybe consider if other aces could respond in X way before you call it inherently acephobic, yeah?
i know you can feel hurt and erased and there’s no easy way to accommodate all of us at once (see the repulsed vs not debates that cycle for just one example). i just…think we can do better.