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review 2017-04-07 04:32
Wow.
User - Devin Grayson

User by Devin Grayson is the queer, coming-of-age on the internet graphic novel I didn't know I was looking for.  It's raw, painful, beautiful, and relateable.

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review 2017-03-05 04:03
do you want to cry?
Love is Love: Exclusive Digital Edition - Sarah Gaydos,Jamie S. Rich

an anthology of stories, poems, and art no more than a few pages each, most just a single page.

 

i kept having to stop reading b/c i was tearing up so bad.

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quote 2017-03-02 21:03
Tolerance was bullshit. Fuck tolerance. Madison was tolerant, except for when it wasn't. Madison was tolerant unless you strayed so much as a mile outside in any direction or invited people from the outside in. Chad Perry was from Kenosha it turned out, and then it didn't work, did it?

Poppy wasn't something to be tolerated, like when you got a cold. And yes it was annoying, and no you weren't going to die, so buy some tissues and a book about zombies and go to bed for a few days.

Head colds should be tolerated. Children should be celebrated.
This Is How It Always Is: A Novel - Laurie Frankel

This is how it always is / Laurie Frankel

Track 15 (punctuation guessed)

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text 2017-03-02 19:07
Starting to actively talk about gender dysphoria
This Is How It Always Is: A Novel - Laurie Frankel

Really supportive doctor consulting with the parents, hitting me in the feels in a great way.

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text 2017-03-02 18:45
this is breaking my heart
This Is How It Always Is: A Novel - Laurie Frankel

It's the story of a family with a precocious 5 year old, Claude, who wants to grow up to be a woman.

 

Claude hasn't explicitly said yet that they are a girl, but it's pretty clear that's where things are going... and the family doesn't quite know how to ask (combined with they are probably afraid to/not comfortable with what they suspect the answer will be) their youngest child (in a household with four older brothers on top of it) about their gender.

 

Little moments keep coming out that are just heartbreaking.

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