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What's Normal Anyway? by Morgan Boecher

What’s Normal Anyway? a comic about being trans male
Morgan Boecher| NEW Release!

What’s Normal Anyway? a comic about being trans male is a comic book that depicts a trans male experience through the story of Mel, who takes the big risk of being himself and transitioning from female to male. This comic adds another voice representing a part of the wide spectrum of human diversity, and is funny about it too. 

“A totally charming and hilariously specific comic about one trans guy making his way through life.”

 – Ariel Schrag, author of Potential and Adam

 


 

Transgender Books

Second Son: Transitioning Toward My Destiny, Love and Life
Ryan K. Sallans | Released December 13th, 2013

Second Son: Transitioning Toward My Destiny, Love and Life is a story that intimately explores the transition experience of Ryan Sallans, born Kimberly Ann Sallans. Each chapter viscerally pulls the reader through Ryan’s transition from infant to child, child to body-obsessed teenage girl, teenage girl to eating-disordered young woman, female to male, daughter to son, and finally a beloved partner to a cherished fiancé. It offers readers a unique glimpse of life and love as lived by a uniquely talented and truth-telling man.

“..an important and vital book…a terrific read. His honesty about his  transition is one we don’t see often and it’s very refreshing.”

– Larry King, Talk Show Host

 


 

LGBT books

OUTsider: Crossing Borders. Breaking Rules. Gaining Pride.

Ruth Marimo | Released April 11th, 2014

OUTsider chronicles the journey of Ruth Marimo, who traveled from Africa to the United States, from abused wife to an out lesbian activist, from a life of fear to one filled with joy. Her trek from the shadows of uncertainty and shame into the bright light of self-acceptance and fulfillment is a story that is richly rewarding and uniquely compelling.

“OUTsider is a moving coming out tale, a deeply feminist memoir, and a bewildering look at the ridiculousness of immigration policy in the US. A must-read for women, and the people who love them.”

-Diane Anderson-Minshall, Editor at Large Advocate Magazine

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