In 2014, Maia Kobabe, Who Uses E Em Eir Pronouns, Thought That A Comic Of Reading Statistics Would Be The Last Autobiographical Comic E Would Ever Write At The Time, It Was The Only Thing E Felt Comfortable With Strangers Knowing About Em.Now, Gender Queer Is Here.Maia S Intensely Cathartic Autobiography Charts Eir Journey Of Self Identity, Which Includes The Mortification And Confusion Of Adolescent Crushes, Grappling With How To Come Out To Family And Society, Bonding With Friends Over Erotic Gay Fanfiction, And Facing The Trauma And Fundamental Violation Of Pap Smears.Started As A Way To Explain To Eir Family What It Means To Be Nonbinary And Asexual, Gender Queer Is Than A Personal Story It Is A Useful And Touching Guide On Gender Identity What It Means And How To Think About It For Advocates, Friends, And Humans Everywhere. A brilliant and raw exploration of identity and self A much needed voice and perspective in the area of gender expression and discussion. This is a gorgeous, sensitive, and honest book I loved it and absolutely recommend it.
- 240 pages
- Gender Queer
- Maia Kobabe
- 15 September 2018 Maia Kobabe