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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.

5 Nonfiction Books From 2020 That Challenge Mainstream Queer Narratives

These nonfiction books from 2020 remind us that queerness is expansive and limitless, endlessly varied, and ever-changing, including Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen.

10 Queer Couples with Swoony Romances for Valentine’s Day

Searching for some love stories? These 10 queer couples with swoony romances are everything you could want for Valentine’s Day and more, including The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune.

11 Essential Queer Pregnancy Books

Looking for queer pregnancy books? We’ve got you covered! Whether you’re L,G,B,T,Q,I,A, or otherwise, it’s time to celebrate in a family way with titles like Where’s the Mother?: Stories from a Transgender Dad by Trevor MacDonald and Fiona Giles.

12 Queer Webcomics You Can Read For Free

Travel to the future, fight the patriarchy, and fall in love with these twelve queer webcomics you can read online right now for free.

11 Books About Unapologetic Queerness and Radical Justice-Seeking

Find books about unapologetic queerness in this list of reads like THE F*GGOTS AND THEIR FRIENDS BETWEEN REVOLUTIONS, including titles such as Feed by Tommy Pico.

Want to Start a Queer Book Club? Here’s How

Looking for a queer book club or even want to start your own? This is how to get started.

Most Anticipated LGBTQ Books of 2020

Looking to make your reading list a little more colorful? We've picked out some of our most anticipated lgbtq books of 2020 just for you. Check 'em out!

Read Harder: A Debut Novel By A Queer Author

Find a new author to follow or the first book your fave wrote with this list of debut novels by queer authors for the 2020 Read Harder Challenge.

4 Genderbent Sherlock Holmes Novels for the 21st Century

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective is timeless. These genderbent Sherlock Holmes adaptations are proof that the character lives on today.