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Heather Has How Many Mommies? The Importance of Community to The Creation of HEATHER HAS TWO MOMMIES

How did HEATHER HAS TWO MOMMIES, one of the most challenged books in the US, come to be written?

11 LGBTQ Books Every High School Library Should Have

As more LGBTQ books are published each year, a few have stood out as perfectly encapsulating the queer teen experience. Here are 11 of them, like Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating by Adiba Jaigirdar.

A Plethora of Pride: 25+ LGBTQ Books for Teens

From young adult novels like Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender to accessibly nonfiction guides like A Quick and Easy Guide to Queer & Trans Identities by Mady G. & J.R. Zuckerberg, these LGBTQ books for teens are perfect reads!

12 New LGBTQ Books That Prove Pride Isn’t Just for June

Some of the biggest queer books of the year came out in June, but these new LGBTQ books will help you celebrate pride all year round, including The Insiders by Mark Oshiro.

9 LGBTQ+ Memoirs to Read This Summer

We’re rich with outstanding LGBTQ+ memoirs right now, and these should make an appearance on your summer TBR. Check out A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt and other great queer memoirs.

If You Say There are No Good Lesbian Books, You’re Bad at Picking Books

A queer reader who's been blogging about sapphic books for 10 years responds to the baffling assertion "There are no good lesbian books."

Quiz: Which LGBTQ YA Thriller Should You Read Next?

Thrills! Chills! Squeals! Now make them queer! Take this quiz to find the perfect LGBTQ YA thriller to add to your TBR. Happy reading!

8 Queer Romances to Read For Pride Month

We've curated the perfect list of queer romances just in time for Pride, from contemporary to historical with all the delicious tropes.

Quiz: Which LGBTQ Book Should You Read for Pride?

Tell us your about reading preferences and favorite queer icons to find the perfect June read with this LGBTQ Pride book quiz!

Lil Nas X, Unapologetic Queerness, and the Books I Wish Upon My Past Self

The outcry against Lil Nas X's unapologetic queerness prompts a queer reader to write to her teen self about the books that might've helped.