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While there is a clear history of the word being used in aggressive and insulting ways, the meaning(s) and uses of queer have never been singular, simple or stable.
Lamya H’s Hijab Butch Blues is a powerful and life-affirming story of coming-of-age and self-discovery.
I Wanna Dance with Somebody charts the life of global superstar Whitney Houston in an epic narrative of talent and struggle.
Owen Lach’s Broken Valley is a captivating queer science fiction tale that blends clever world-building, breathless action, and thoughtful, compelling relationships.
The mental health of incarcerated LGBTQ+ youth is understudied. But new analysis shows kids are in crisis
When it comes to protecting chosen family, LGBTQ couples face unique struggles.
Everina Maxwell’s Ocean’s Echo is an entertaining, high-stakes space opera and heartfelt romance.
Cale Dietrich’s The Pledge is a fun, gay-themed diversion from the typical slasher story.
In her new book Weightless: Making Space for My Resilient Body and Soul, Evette Dionne takes readers on a personal and political journey that begins with her own health issues and her resultant encounters with fatphobia in the medical establishment.
Polyamory is relationship-focused and predicated on consent. Everyone involved is privy to the arrangement. It isn’t strictly about sex.
Though an estimated 1% of people identify as asexual, asexual people remain relatively invisible and are rarely researched.
Queer romcom Bros struggled at the box-office. Are mainstream audiences still not ready?
The Sunbearer Trials is a rollicking, Mexican-inspired fantasy adventure filled with delightful characters and compelling questions of identity and privilege.
Cafe Euphoria isn’t just another co-op. Its trans and gender-nonconforming owners are pursuing a vision of radical equality.
Diversity and creativity in queer young adult books is thriving.