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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

“Female Husbands: A Trans History” delves deep into culture and norms

In Review: Female Husbands by Jen Manion In pursuit for knowledge and history of queer, transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary community, comes Amherst College associate...

“A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston” is such...

A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston by Robyn Crawford You saw that coming. It was easy to anticipate because the signs were...

Three great books for LGBTQ summer reading

There's no mystery date where reading material is concerned Folks may not be sure whether the summer of 2020 will be a dream or a...

Summer books in review

Cookies book reviews for great beach reads My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing And Hope, by Karamo Brown  Queer Eye has once again exploded on our...

“Infinity Son” and “Infinity Reaper” are excellent fantasy reading

Infinity Son and others authored by Adam Silvera are great reads for the  LGBTQ community Adam Silvera’s Infinity Cycle series may well be the books that...

The history of Stonewall through 50 objects and photos

The Stonewall Riots: Coming Out in the Streets Book reviewed by Terri Schlichmeyer One glance and you instantly recall something you want to remember. In...

New book has depth and multiple perspectives on LGBTQ health

Bodies & Barriers—Queer Activists on Health is avalaible now Adrian Shanker is the Founder and Executive Director of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania....

“A wild and precious life: a memoir” by Edie Windsor with...

Great read for a cold night Some are afraid to be seen, to speak up, or to show up. Others don’t want to get involved,...

Hunker down for some good reads

My suggestions for a good read during difficult times Hunkering down is what you'll be doing for the immediate future: trying to stay well or...

“The Last Note Becomes Its Listener” brings us nostalgia

Poet Jeffrey Morgan paints a charming picture throughout Reviewed by Johnny Walsh In our younger, more formative years, we don’t always recognize what positive memories we...