This is a short and sweet collection of mini-biographies of various gendery icons throughout history. They’ve included Lili Elbe for the intersex icon, and I think that’s neat! I enjoyed this book, but it was very short. Three and a half stars, rounded up for NetGalley/Goodreads. Booksweet link.
Genre: Social Science / LGBTQ+ Studies / Lesbian Studies
This is a great nonfiction book about the history and culture of bisexuality! It was informative and easy to read. I’m not bisexual but I am constantly jealous of the bisexual flag, which is clearly the best flag. I really really liked the cover of this book for those reasons; it kind of makes a […]
This is a book all about pride flags, written for kids. The illustrations are friendly and quite lovely, and include a diverse range of people. The information in the book is easy to understand, but glosses over the unpleasant and divisive parts of LGBTQIA+ history; why did we need our own flags? What exactly was […]
This book is. Fine. If I was not ten years into my nonbinary self and incredibly confident in it, it’s possible I would have enjoyed it more. But this might also be a “problem” with how it is a self-help book. Lots of allies and cisgender people enjoyed this book, so maybe it will be […]