This is the round-up post for the March 2019 Carnival of Aces on Symbols of Identity. If I’ve missed your post, let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
Polyallsorts wrote about three ways she uses the ace colours in her life.
Sara K. wrote about the delights of dying in ace colors using the same natural dye.
Demisexual and Proud wrote about wearing her black ring in many situations and the layers of symbolism therein.
Elizabeth of Prismatic Entanglements wrote about the conflicts between ace symbols of identity and how the rest of the world interprets them, and how she’s navigated that.
Patience wrote about how symbols of identity can connect one with a community.
luvtheheaven wrote about why she enjoys having such an extensive collection of pride buttons and jewelry.
Thanks to everyone who participated!
The Carnival of Aces for April is on the topic of “The Five Love Languages,” hosted by luvtheheaven. The call for submissions is here.