Queer, There, and Everywhere
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LGBTQ history in 23 inspiring biographies and mind-blowing facts. Out, proud and totally owning it! Did you know that queer people have their own country? Or that historically there were many secret queer languages, like Polari? In this boundary-busting book, queer author and activist Sarah Prager celebrates the lives of 23 people who lived and loved on their own terms. There are famous figures like Abraham Lincoln, Frida Kahlo and Eleanor Roosevelt. There’s code-breaker Alan Turing and a gender-bending Swedish queen. And how about male-to-female trans tennis player Renée Richards, who bravely fought for her right to play as a woman? Three cheers and bravo!
- Astonishing true stories that uncover a rich queer heritage
- At once hilarious and inspiring, surprising and fascinating
- A hugely empowering New York Public Library Best Book
- Sarah Prager writes on LGBTQ history for the Huffington Post
*Please note this book contains mature content more suitable for older readers.
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