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REVIEW: Once A Girl, Always a Boy by Jo Ivestor

The Official Description: Jeremy Ivester is a transgender man. Thirty years ago, his parents welcomed him into the world as what they thought was their daughter. As a child, he preferred the toys and games our society views as masculine. He kept his hair short and wore boys’ clothing. They called him a tomboy. That’s… Continue reading REVIEW: Once A Girl, Always a Boy by Jo Ivestor

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REVIEW: Space Between by Nico Tortorella

The Official Description: Actor and LGTBQIA+ advocate Nico Tortorella's narrative investigation of love, sex, gender, addiction, family, fame, and fluidity through the lens of their nonbinary identity Nico Tortorella is a seeker. Raised on a steady regimen of Ram Dass and raw food, they have always been interested in the more spiritual aspects of life. That… Continue reading REVIEW: Space Between by Nico Tortorella

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REVIEW: Brave by Shaun David Hutchinson

The descriptive bit: Shaun David Hutchinson is a well-known YA author. You may have heard of some of his fiction: We Are The Ants, The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley, At the Edge of the Universe and The Past and Other Things That Should Stay Buried (My review of Shaun's most recent title is here).… Continue reading REVIEW: Brave by Shaun David Hutchinson

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Review: Yay! You’re Gay! Now What? by Riyadh Khalaf

The descriptive bit: Yay! You're Gay! Now What? by Riyadh Khalaf is a book for young queer guys. It covers pretty much everything you might want to know, including things you may not have even thought of! This book is a great resource for young people and it's written by someone who has been through… Continue reading Review: Yay! You’re Gay! Now What? by Riyadh Khalaf