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effani
Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation | Kate Bornstein, S. Bear Bergman
Mehso-so

I'm not exactly sure what I wanted from this book, but for the most part I didn't find it. Some of the essays were great but most were not for me. Overall the book felt very dated, even less than 10 years after publication - this stuff has moved really fast. (And, it turns out, publishing your chat logs was a passing fad that, in my opinion, didn't read well at the time and definitely hasn't aged well.)

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kitteh_reads
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Bailedbailed

I thought this was going to be a great read, really educate myself on what it means to be gender fluid. It was very difficult to understand, to relate. I was so confused. With my current eye issues, I figured I would rather spend my time reading books I enjoy and can follow along with rather than drag myself through a book I can‘t understand. Maybe I‘ll try again when my eye issues have been resolved.

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Lindy
Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns | Archie Bongiovanni, Tristan Jimerson
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Pickpick

#Comics format is used to share basic etiquette surrounding gender neutral pronoun use. Short and friendly. #LGBTQ

lovelybookshelf This book is so good. 🥰 2w
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Lindy
Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns | Archie Bongiovanni, Tristan Jimerson
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I‘m currently listening to an audiobook with a non-binary central character who uses they/them pronouns, so it was timely to spot the tagged book in a library display.

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SkeletonKey
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Neighbors are having a party and my head was going to explode so now I‘m sitting in my car in a random parking lot. 😑

At least I have this awesome book I picked up the other day at the library to keep me busy.

#genderqueer

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Reviewsbylola
Sparkle Boy | Lesla Newman
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I am so proud to share a project that our PTO has been working tirelessly on—we purchased over 100 diverse books to provide in our classrooms and we‘re working on a thoughtful roll out where the teachers will have plenty of education and tools on how to introduce and discuss these texts in the classroom. We‘re collaborating with our school‘s climate committee and principal and I‘m so excited to see how this all unfolds in the next few months!

Reviewsbylola I‘ll link the other books purchased. 1mo
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mrp27 Great book picks! 1mo
LeahBergen How wonderful! 👏🏻👏🏻 1mo
Megabooks Awesome!! 1mo
TrishB Great stuff 👍🏻 1mo
Bookzombie Awesome! 4w
Mdargusch Great project! 4w
BarbaraBB Very cool 👍🏼 4w
LeahBergen Happy Birthday, darlin‘!!! 📚📚📚😘😘😘 4w
Cinfhen Awesomeness 🙌🏻 2w
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MrsMoony
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My haul from Firestorm in Asheville, NC! Only one book this time because, well... did you see my other hauls? Regardless, this bookstore holds a special place in my heart, in part because it‘s my first queer (and feminist, anarchist, vegan etc) bookstore, and in part because it‘s just awesome. I never wanted to leave. I‘m bound and determined to go back (and try not to buy out the whole store, seriously, I wanted everything) #ncbookspt3

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emtobiasz
Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns | Archie Bongiovanni, Tristan Jimerson
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I have far too many library books still checked out, so tonight‘s reading was an attempt to bring down that number by tackling the shortest among them. Tagged book was a favorite, although I enjoyed the #kidlit too. Bats in Trouble had a great environmentalist message, and Sees Behind Trees was super compelling. Kelsey Green, Reading Queen hit a little too close to home, though 😬 The competitive reader in me felt a little attacked 😂

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Butterfinger
Lizard Radio | Pat Schmatz
Pickpick

A book about a society that forces you to choose your gender by 10 years old.Somehow, a child is rated by feminine and masculine behaviour and if you get a certain number the child is forced to have a transition.If the child does not comply or conform by 18, he/she/them are imprisoned. Lizard plans to fight the system.

Finally, a book which children can see that they can be comfortable in their own skin and not be ashamed.

Kudos Mx. Schmatz.

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Clare-Dragonfly
Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns | Archie Bongiovanni, Tristan Jimerson
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Pickpick

As I expected, nothing new to me in this book (though one minor detail might have been new if I hadn‘t already read @shanaqui ‘s Goodreads review…), but it was a cute, funny, quick read!