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The Tower of the Antilles – Achy Obejas

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “We explained that where we come from the greatest achievement is to leave.” And leaving Cuba means reinventing oneself in a new country. The Tower of the Antilles is one of ten short stories centering on … Continue reading

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My Ladybird Story: The growing pains of a Transgender – Magus Tor

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) When a Man loves a Woman, It is Heterosexual When a Woman loves a Woman, It is Homosexual When a Female Transsexual loves a Woman, What will it be? That is the synopsis of My Ladybird … Continue reading

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Trans Voices: Becoming Who You Are – Declan Henry (Author), Jane Fae (Afterword), Stephen Whittle (Foreword)

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) Trans Voices is an enlightening book that accounts the voices of those who have opted to accept their real self by transitioning. The book is a rich account, comprised of over 100 interviews with individuals who … Continue reading

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When I First Knew- Joan Alden

(Reviewed by Ishita RC) “It’s starting to get to me how unfair life is when it comes to boys and girls.” A profound statement from a seven year old girl speaks a lot about the society that was prevalent at … Continue reading

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