ARC Review: How to They/Them

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I received a copy of How to They/Them from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

How to They/Them: A Visual Guide to Nonbinary Pronouns and the World of Gender Fluidity by Stuart Getty is a heavily-illustrated introduction to nonbinary pronouns (specifically they/them) and nonbinary and transgender identities more broadly.

How to They/Them starts with a brief autobiography about Stuart Getty and how they came to understand their gender identity and adopt the pronoun “they”, before moving into the meat of the guide. It’s done in a very accessible way, with a lot in an easily-digestible Q&A format with numerous cartoons, drawings, and graphs to illustrate and expand on various points.

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July TBR: Transathon

I read 51 books in June and my TBR… went up by 9, from 220 titles on June 1st to 229 on July 1st.

I highlighted twelve titles on my June acrostic, and I read a grand total of three of them: ReverieOut of the Shadows, and Sweet Tea.

This month, my TBR is not in acrostic form. Instead, it’s centered around a readathon I’m very interested in: Transathon, which is all about reading books by and/or about trans and nonbinary people!

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll probably have noticed that I’m terrible at reading the titles I highlight in the same month I highlight them. Nevertheless…here is a selection of the books on my TBR that fit the Transathon theme!

What’s on the list?

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