BOOK REVIEW: Critical & Experiential : Dimensions in Gender and Sexual Diversity: Previn Karian

May 4, 2017

There are some profoundly interesting chapters in this book, that challenge as much as inform but anyone with an interest in proud, frank and non-pathologizing discussions of gendered identities and sexual practices that are explored in honest and engaging ways would find this book invaluable in a process of personal understanding or development.

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BOOK REVIEW: First tie your camel, then trust in god: Chivvis Moore

August 30, 2016

Not an easy read, but not an easy subject, Moore gives us her own unfazed clarity of view and guides us into the heart of the community and the way it embraces and occasionally judges her, it’s been a long time since I’ve read a narrative with such force that has made me think so hard about received wisdoms.

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BOOK REVIEW:Will Grayson, Will Grayson: John Green and David Levithan

August 21, 2014

This is a surprise and a well written one too, there’s so few decent books featuring a young gay character that the book should be welcomed just on that basis, the fact that’s it’s a beautifully written, enjoyable and moving story too, just makes it a great read.

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