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April 28: Books I Wish I Had Read As a Child.
I’m going to try and find the most 10 essential trans books for me that I only dreamt of as a child.
I know that this kind of posts doesn’t get as many views and likes as my others. But, posts like this one are some of the posts I enjoy doing the most.
These three books are written in a way that explains gender issues that it might be suited for younger readers and a way to open up the discussion about gender.
These two books are hands down my favourite books with a non-binary character, and I feel that the world needed books like these sooner.
I’m ashamed to say that I didn’t know what intersex was until my early adulthood, which shows you how naive I was to the world around me. It’s the reason why I push for better education on this subject.
I recently read this comic, and it’s perfect for teens who aren’t a fan of long books or a ton of words and let’s not forget some excellent artwork.
Two of the most remarkable stories of trans characters I read last week actually and you can see my review for Finding Tranquility: A Love Story by Laura Heffernan here.