Pride Month Post 1: All The Lgbtqia+ Books I Read This Year

Hey guys, since the month of June is pride month. I thought about creating a pride series where I talk about different stuff on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. From books to humans who are heroes on the topic to love and medical treatment and homophobia at home and work to celebrity the people before had to go through to be whom they are and what my generation has to go through for a better and tighter LGBTQIA+ community.

Being that I’m a bookworm I want to kick off this series with all the LGBTQIA+ book I read this year.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Creekwood, #1) I Wish You All the Best The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali A Boy Like Me A Boy Called Cin Bump Peter Darling Sharing Secrets Erik the Pink GuRu Sex in C Major Transition: The Story of How I Became a Man For Today I Am a Boy I'm Afraid of Men This Book is Gay Running With Lions Life Underwater The Heart's Invisible Furies Having Her Back A Seat at the Table Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman Rainbow Solidarity in Defense of Cuba Drag King Dreams LGBTIQ Youth Activism: The past & the present You Asked for Perfect The Music of What Happens Any Human Face Once Ghosted, Twice Shy (Reluctant Royals, #2.5) Maple Creek Like and Subscribe Starworld The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America Merge Ahead Just Juliet When It's Right (Mile High Romance #1) Soulswap (Twin Souls, #1) Would it be Okay to Love You? (Would it be Okay to Love You?, #1) Shane and Trey (Enemies to Lovers #1) Temptation by Design The Rainbow Clause The Rules of Love (Rulebook, #1) City Boy (Hot Off the Ice, #1)  Summer Stock Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story Dare To Love (Beautifully Broken, #4) When I'm Weak (Mile High Romance, #2) Kings, Queens, and In-Betweens Red, White & Royal Blue Queer Eye: Love Yourself. Love Your Life.

So far this year, I read 49 books that have lgbtqia+ characters or are about people in the community. I’m going to lie I wish that I had read more from the genre, but on the other hand, I’m proud of the number of nonfiction books I read and that helps me see how the people who are in the community I’m part of cope. Which helps me in my personal life.


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