I don’t believe I “knew” I was gay until I was a teenager. I didn’t have the language. Except maybe I did, by way of Frog and Toad.
Spice, heat, close proximity — are we talking about romance or cooking? In these queer baking and cooking romances, like Fake Dates and Mooncakes by Sher Lee, it's both!
Here are 12 of my favorite queer books that came out in the first half of 2023 and are criminally underrated, including Any Other City by Hazel Jane Plante.
These queer royal romance books are perfect for fans of Casey McQuiston's breakout hit, RED, WHITE and ROYAL BLUE. Start with How To Find a Princess by Alyssa Cole.
If you’re interested in books about queer characters who make mistakes and are given the space to be three-dimensional people, take this quiz.
I've found that I look for books about queer characters who are older than me as of late, books like Matt Cain’s The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle that assure me that it's going to be okay.
Looking for new sapphic romance for summer 2023? Whether you need a vacation read or something to read from the couch, swoons are guaranteed in sapphic reads like An Island Princess Starts a Scandal by Adrianna Hererra.
A look at the destruction of Pride displays, cancelation of Drag storytimes, and other June LGBTQ+ events in U.S. libraries in 2023.
Enjoy all the queer fake dating books you could ever want with these stories of YA and adult LGBTQ happily ever afters, including Fake Dates and Mooncakes by Sher Lee.
Pour your equalitea into these excellent bookish pride mugs all year long.