Pride Flag Book Tag

If I’m not wrong, I had done this tag last year. This tag was created by Common Spence on his YouTube channel. I do follow him, but he hasn’t posted in about a year, and I hope he comes back and makes his magic.

❤Red (Life)

A book with a spirited protagonist totally proud of who they are. Someone who gives you LIFE!

Daisy Jones & The Six

I know it might sound weird, by the first character that came to mind was Daisy from Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Yes, I read it when it came out, but for some reason, the fact that Daisy isn’t scared of being herself.

🧡Orange (Healing) 🧡

– A book that made you, as the reader, find a deeper meaning or catharsis in your own life.

Stonewall: Breaking Out in the Fight for Gay Rights

It’s an event that started pride which led to most of the LGBT+ rights and the freedom people like me have today.

💛Yellow (Sunshine) 💛

– A book that fills you with so much joy it could brighten even your darkest day.

The Ugly Duckling (The Ugly Duckling, #1)

It was sweet and a novel I can relate to since one of the main characters, Will, is a wheelchair user.

💚Green (Nature)💚

– A book that is set out of this world — a reality different to our own.

When We Were Ghosts

It has love and ghost, so I think it counts as a book out of my world.

💙Blue (Peace)💙

– A book where one of the characters finds peace with a difficult truth.

After Francesco

This book reminds us why we have to talk about HIV/AIDS so that the people who lost lives aren’t forgotten.

💜Purple (Spirit)💜

A book that deals with LGBT+ themes and religion.

Queer Virtue: What LGBTQ People Know About Life and Love and How It Can Revitalize Christianity

A few books come to mind, but the best one that fits the question like a glove is Queer Virtue: What LGBTQ People Know About Life and Love and How It Can Revitalize Christianity by Elizabeth M. Edman. Elizabeth M. Edman is an openly lesbian Episcopal priest, and I don’t know if it’s the case in other countries, but being queer and religion has been a hot topic for years.

Who I’m tagging:

Ashmita | the fictional Journal

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