Alison has searched for the secret to superhuman strength her whole life. She has tried books, celibacy, polyamory, activism, therapy, and most obsessively, exercise. Skiing, running, karate, cycling, yoga, weights - you name it, she's tried it.
When Peter Wells found a cache of family letters amongst his elderly mother's effects, he realised he had the means of retracing the diverse history of a family swept out to New Zealand from Britain during the nineteenth century.
Kyle Mewburn grew up in Brisbane in the 1970s in a home with little love and no books, and a feeling of being somehow wrong - like 'strawberry jam in a spinach can'. Kyle describes this early life and her journey to become the woman she is today.
Fix yourself a cup of herbal tea and prepare to laugh, cry, reminisce, and feel your feelings as you read through these quintessentially queer dating dilemmas. Maddy Court is the gay big sister you’ll wish you’d had when you were a kid.
A heart-breaking yet hugely funny story of a young Kiwi girl coming to grips with her sexuality and trying to reconcile who she is against the disapproval of her parents. Slowly she finds the inner strength to pull herself into a gay new world.
A genre-bending memoir offering fresh, fierce, and timely thinking about desire, identity, and the limitations and possibilities of love and language, and the joys of queer family-making.
The heart-rending autobiographical manga that's taken the internet by storm. My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness is an honest and heartfelt look at one young woman's exploration of her sexuality, mental well-being, and growing up in our modern age.
The story of a road trip across the Bible Belt of the USA. Its motto is something gay every day. Stopping at drag shows, political rallies, and hubs of queer life across the heartland, we meet extraordinary LGBTQ people working tirelessly for change.
Beginning in 1986, this moving and elegiac memoir honours the extraordinary life of nurse Ruth Coker Burks and the beloved men with AIDS who fought valiantly for their lives during a most hostile and misinformed time in America.
Megan Rapinoe, Olympic gold medallist and two-time Women's World Cup Soccer champion, has become a galvanising force for social change. Here, she urges all of us to take up the mantle and continue the fight for justice and equality for all.
An exploration of the lives, struggles and successes of 30 LGBTQIA+ New Zealanders. A celebration of queer expression that shows how LGBTQIA+ folk strengthen our culture.
2019 was the fiftieth anniversary of Stonewall, the most significant uprising in the gay liberation movement. This is a collection of first accounts, diaries, periodic literature, and articles from LGBTQ magazines and newspapers from that time.
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