What I learned: asexual people are ethereal, wan, and nude.I feel a bit scooped, because I also have been collecting a few media images of asexuality. I used to keep an eye on these (via Google) for use in presentations. But after seeing a lot of them, I find them hilariously bad. I wouldn't use most of these in a presentation except as examples of terribleness. Here are a few of the images I've collected that were not in Ace Up Your Sleeve's collection.
Bering in Mind, a psych blog.
The Asexual Sexologist found this in a sexuality textbook, so you know the depiction has got to be objective and accurate. This is a 100% objective and accurate depiction of two asexuals who are... um, what are they doing exactly? Waiting for a bus? Everyone looks demure when they're waiting for a bus.
college newspaper cartoonist's depiction. In fact, that's exactly what it looks like whenever I go out for a walk. Except that this is Berkeley, so there are fewer gogo dancers and more hipsters. Also, I usually go out with my boyfriend, holding hands, standing two feet away from him, with our heads cut off by the edge of the frame.
Did I mention that cutting off asexual's heads was a thing? Taken from a story which also featured the images below:
Note that positive depictions are possible. I love the professional photo shoots of actual asexuals (as seen on Ace Up Your Sleeve). You can also go the route of Pride parade photos or asexual-made images, though these can have problems as well.