Ratgeber für trans* Teens.
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Autoren: Kathy Belge, Marke Bieschke. Titel: Queer. Untertitel: The Ultimate LGBTQ Guide for Teens. Verlag: Zest Books, Minneapolis. Erscheinungsjahr: 2nd edition 2019. ISBN: 978-1-5415-7858-6. Bindung: Hardcover, 208 Seiten. Preis: ca. 15 €.
Written especially for LGBTQ teens, this thoroughly revised and updated edition guides you through everything you need to know about dating, coming out, safe sex, dealing with queerphobia, and standing up for your rights. Irreverent, engaging, and honest, Queer is a must-have for all teens who think they might be queer – or know someone who is.
„A delightful collection of trustworthy and accurate information that tweens and teens need today, all told in a sort of quirky, sometimes goofy, and always approachable tone … a fun, easy to read, and occasionally hilarious guide that should be available on a shelf in very high school library.“ Diane Anderson-Minshall, Editorial Director, The Advocate magazine
„Not every queer kid has easy access to a family member, teacher, counselor, or friend who can help them through the coming-out process. Even when they do, NEWSFLASH, most of us don’t have all the answers! Queer is a great way for a teen, or someone who is trying to mentor or understand a queer teen, to gain some knowledge from a thoughtful, cute perspective.“ Honey Mahogany, Activist, RuPaul’s Drag Race Alumnus, Cofounder of the Compton’s Transgender Cultural District
„I learned more than a few things about our fabulously diverse queer culture, and especially the younger generation, that everyone should know.“ Terry Beswick, Executive Director of the GLBT Historical Society Archives and Museum
- The „Q“ Word – Am I Queer?
- Embracing You Queerness – Coming Out
- Navigating Your Queer Sphere – Finding Your People
- Rising Above – How To Overcome Queerphobia
- Making Your Move – Queer Dating
- Getting Together – Queer Relationships
- The Big „S“ – Queer Sex
Themen: Kindheit & Jugend
Genre: Ratgeber & Sachbuch