The End of ‘BoJack Horseman’ Could Mean the End of Asexual Representation on Mainstream TV

To quote the article on But as the series draws to a close, we’re in danger of losing one of the only shows with asexual representation.

You can read the full article HERE but why this is so important?

To quote Wikipedia: Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to others, or low or absent interest in or desire for sexual activity. It may be considered a sexual orientation or the lack thereof. It may also be categorized more widely to include a broad spectrum of asexual sub-identities.

I identify myself as Asexual, the reasons behind this is very simple. A extremely poor dating track record, and I will admit that as I get older jumping into bed with someone who I am not emotionally attracted to, has become less and less important. To right now frankly I don’t care, I have other things in my life that is more important.

With Netflix pulling the plug on Bojack Horseman, we say goodbye to an often brilliant series that even make the most jaded among us think. The ones that stand out for me is where Bojack is in the middle of nowhere and he sees a herd of horses run. Of course they are like him, but still. Then there was those few episodes at his old family’s home and winds up wrecking it in the end. That is ironic for me, because the home of my childhood has long since been replaced. Why even the Elementary school of my youth is now gone, replaced by a church no less.

I know I should be talking about Todd and his relationships, but frankly it was more him meeting news friends than anything more serious.

I know when your young, you look at stuff like this and laugh. In 10 or possibly 20 years you will think differently…it will happen, age does that too you.