Books

Read Your Way Through Cabin Fever

Maybe you aren’t quite in the mood to binge-watch TV shows or watch movies when the temperature plummets. Instead, you may feel tempted to read your way through the winter, diving into narratives that focus on ...

The Memoirs of a Southern Gay Teacher

Every summer for the past few years, Randy Fair worked on his book. A retired Atlanta educator who now lives in Florida, Fair felt called to document his time in the classroom, hoping it would serve as a tippin...

The Truth Is Just As Queer As Fiction

While it’s great to have queer representation in TV shows, movies, video games and the like, it’s even better when that representation comes from queer creators. Not only is the representation more authentic wh...

Celebrate Pride Month With These LGBTQ Reads!

Pride month will be a busy one, so we suggest taking some down time to enjoy a little reading! Here’s a list of several LGBTQ-themed books to give you the history of where our pride comes from and where its lea...

The Myth of Sisyphus: Grappling Suicide with Absurdity

My childhood friend took his own life when I was fourteen years old. I walked every day to school with him, a one and a half block stroll along a street called African Road. I’d been out of touch with him for a...

Marvel Reveals First Ever Drag Queen Superhero

Meet Shade: Marvel’s first ever drag queen superhero in an X-Men series. The superhero mutant drag queen, created by out writer Sina Grace and artist Nathan Stockman, was introduced to audiences in last month’s...