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.
I consider myself a lesbian, however I'm dating a person who's nonbinary sooooo....
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