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The relentless global march of Drag Race continues, this time making its most recent stop in the Philippines.
More races across the United States are creating divisions for nonbinary runners to compete and, in some cases, to win awards.
“radio.fm” is a sonic hot breath on the back of your neck.
Though intolerance is still commonplace, young Americans are finding it less stigmatizing to openly identify as trans.
Jack’s on Fire is a charming, triumphant tale of a queer boy’s journey to find acceptance, community, and love.
Sorry, Bro is a witty, engaging story of love, identity, and balancing the needs of family and community with a desire for true love.
Four primary solutions to address the specific needs of survivors with disabilities.
Alyssa Collins explains how Butler’s boundless curiosity inspired the author’s work, and how Butler’s experiences as a Black woman drew her to “humans who must deal with the edges or ends of humanity.”
Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak is a dreamy, captivating, queer sci-fi tale about fellowship and acceptance.
Rise of the Renegade Child is an electrifying thrill ride packed with complex characters, breathless action, and smart, queer sensibility.
I love reading sci-f and fantasy books by and about queer and trans people and characters. Here are some of my recent queer and trans faves that I read in 2022.
All That’s Left in the World is a touching, earnest story of young, queer love in a post-apocalyptic world.
The past decade has seen a flurry of young adult fiction written from a queer perspective
Tara Sim’s The City of Dusk is a broad, dark tale set in a fanciful realm with an energetic, youthful cast.
Nnedi Okorafor’s Noor is a fierce, tightly-woven tapestry of cybernetic bodies, corporate fascism, and chosen family wrapped in a reverently imagined Nigerian future.