Kellin Quinn, who happens to be in the midst of transitioning from female to male, gets sent to a conversion therapy summer camp with his mother's hope to "fix him." The thing is, neither of them know that it's not exactly what they thought it was.
my mom always taught me "tag on the back" and weird shirts without tags always get put on backwards i'm a failure i really am
Is this entire book filled with characters that describe every aspect of my queerness bc same
Relatable... I especially love it when strangers call me a boy, a he, a him. It makes me feel accepted. Like, 'yay, I can pass decently!'. And then they hear my voice. Woops.
Idk why I read that as "cute and tall" but I literally raised a brow at "tall" and first off, no one is even here and secondly that's not even what it says where am I
This is how my family wakes my little brother up. Just throw ourselves at his bed until he either wakes up or dies or something
The cheapest ones I saw were like... 47$. But most cost 60$. Pretty much the money I have with me rn.