My Brother's Husband, a manga by Gengoroh Tagame, immediately pulled me in and never once made me feel like an outsider, as I often do when reading stories with gay male protagonists (reading as a cisgender lesbian). The story, although based on the love between two men, is really meant for everyone to read, regardless … Continue reading Book Review: My Brother’s Husband, by Gengoroh Tagame
It is extremely rare that I’ll read a book in a single sitting, but when I do it’s because I have to know what happens next. That was definitely the case with Jae’s Departure from the Script! The book starts with a date from hell and immediately pulls you in from there. Aspiring Actress Amanda … Continue reading Book Review: Departure from the Script, by Jae
The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ashley Mardell Ash Hardell. The ABC’s has never been as easy as one, two, three when it comes to the LGBT+ alphabet. As our language continues to develop and change for the various genders and orientations all across the spectrum, it has become harder and more difficult to keep track … Continue reading Book Review: The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ash Hardell.
Grab a box of tissues because this story will make you feel all the feels! Bingo Love, written by Tee Franklin, illustrated by Jenn St-Onge, and colored by Joy San, is a beautiful story that tells the love story that spans a life time. Take a trip through time with Hazel Johnson and Mari McCray … Continue reading Comic Book Review: Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St. Onge, and Joy San
Are you looking for a campy women-loving-women (wlw) spy movie spoof? Well, look no further because D.E.B.S has what you’re looking for! Sultry crime boss Lucy Diamond is back in the states and the D.E.B.S – an elite team of paramilitary college co-ed superspies – are hot on her trail. But when their top agent, … Continue reading Movie Review: D.E.B.S (2004)
This book is a lot of things: it’s a romance, it has fantastical elements, it has relatively believable and likable characters – but it is, to put it nicely, a hot mess. A Knight to Remember, by Bridget Essex, is a book that is at least up front about how ridiculous it is. Simply read … Continue reading Book Review: A Knight to Remember by Bridget Essex
Have you ever had someone tell you “I use They/Them pronouns” and you’re not sure how to use those pronouns? Or are you a non-binary, gender-queer, or gender-nonconforming individual who needs help explaining your pronouns to others? Or are you someone who understands pronouns but wants to be a better ally for their friends, family, … Continue reading Book Review: A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns, by Archie Bongiovanni and Tristan Jimerson.