When everyone demands authenticity in fiction, we fall all over ourselves to "prove" our identities. Maybe we're asking the wrong questions.
Is polyamory really queer? I think we should probably consider it to be queer praxis, at least in some sense.
Some parts of the queer community reject asexuality as "queer enough." Yet asexuality is actually more of a threat to the heteronormative order than most would care to admit.