In response to the widely circulated asexual provocation “Why have sex when there is cake?” this essay explores the productive overlap between asexuality's nonsexual pleasures associated with food and feedism's sexual pleasures associated with eating. Building on a long-standing interest in Audre Lorde's interventions concerning erotic pleasure, “More” theorizes “quantity” as an antihierarchical queer framework for perceiving, thinking, and holding such experiences. Toward this end, the essay closely reads an asexual pride poster, a painting by Wayne Thiebaud, and a photograph by Nayland Blake.

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