) is an American author, You Tube personality, blogger and activist, who is known for blogging about issues regarding asexuality, and for her 2014 non-fiction book The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality which was nominated at the 27th Lambda Literary Awards for LGBT Non-Fiction.
She has also published a variety of articles on the subject in magazines such as Good Vibrations and The Toast, and has been interviewed in various mainstream media.
When her 10-year-old daughter announced that she had gone on a date to the park with a boy and he’d asked her to the prom, Rebecca Levey was astounded.
"Going to the prom is about seven years away," she wrote in a widely-circulated essay about the online dating life of tweens last week.
, I’m always a little shocked to realize that I’m the same age as Carrie and her friends.
When the show debuted in 1998, I was 17, and it ran for six seasons until I was 23. ) woman in her 30s, it hits a little closer to home.
Although she vlogs about many subjects, she is well known for her series "Letters To An Asexual" where she replies (Usually in a sarcastic manner) to derogatory comments directed towards her or the asexual community.
Library Journal wrote that the Invisible Orientation is "the first substantial book for the nonprofessional to emerge from the small but growing community of individuals who identify themselves as 'asexual,'" and called the book an important resource for understanding asexuality.
She mentions on her website that she started reading from an early age and has wanted to become an author since she was six years old.
She attended and later graduated from the University of Florida in 2000.
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