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GenderQueer by Allan D. Hunter
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it was amazing
Read 2 times. Last read March 15, 2020.

This is a fascinating story about one man's journey. I learned so much from this book. I always thought gender and sex were the same thing, and they are not. This was such an eye opener for me. How you feel inside has nothing to do with the parts you were born with. Looking back at my own childhood, I also thought I was just shy but maybe something more was going on.
One person sharing their story can be so empowering. I think people should be able to live as themselves. Not everyone fits in a nice neat box no matter how hard you try. I don't like putting labels on things but sometimes knowing I'm not alone, that there are others like me in freeing, and that I'm not weird I'm just queer. It's truly liberating to find I do belong. Nobody should have to hide who they are.
This book is an inspiration and I recommend it.

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