Queer Up: An Uplifting Guide to LGBTQ+ Love, Life and Mental Health – Alexis Caught
Casgliad o draethodau personol a gan enwogion LHDTC+ a chymdogion ynglŷn â’i phrofiadau yn tyfu lan, dod allan, perthnasau, balchder a mwy. Gan gynnwys straeon gan Kuchenga, Russell T Davies, Charlie Craggs a Peter Tatchell.
Pan oeddem ni yn yr ysgol, dim ond dychmygu o’n i fod llyfr fel hyn yn bodoli. Felly, os hoffwch chi roi copi o’r llyfr yma i’ch hen ysgol neu lyfrgell leol, mewnbynnwch ei chyfeiriad post wrth i chi talu (lle medrwch adael nodyn gallwn ysgrifennu yn y llyfr hefyd).
Queer Up is a positive and uplifting book that features personal stories from notable LGBTQ+ figures and allies, including Russell T Davies, Scarlett Curtis, author and journalist Kuchenga, award-winning transgender activist Charlie Craggs, and Peter Tatchell. The book provides an inclusive account of what it means to grow up queer, with chapters and helpful advice on questioning, coming out, friends and family, love and relationships, sex, shame, pride, being transgender and/or non-binary, and allyship. This honest and heartwarming book is an essential read for any LGBTQ+ teen as well as allies looking to support them.
We wish we had this book when we were going through school. In the hopes of getting this helpful book into the hands of queer teens, we will gladly send it on your behalf to your old school or a local library, gifting it to the next generation – you can even leave a personalised note which we’ll write inside, just input the school or library’s address at checkout.