The Abc's of Lgbt+: (Gender Identity Book for Teens, Teen & Young Adult Lgbt Issues)
DescriptionAbout 3.5% of the 2015 U.S. population identifies as being part of the LGBT community. This is NOT a celebrity book, but no doubt the notoriety of Caitlyn Jenner has propelled the issue to the forefront of media. A book of great insightfulness and self-evaluation and direction on how to deal with the issues confronting those who want to embrace their true self without fear of alienation of friends and families or not sharing who they are for fear of reprisal. Ashley lived this, and came out stronger than she ever thought imaginable, so while it has elements of memoir, it is very much a self-help title.
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About the Author
Ash Hardell is originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. They blog about their daily life on their YouTube channel. As a result of their kind heart and glowing spirit, Ash has developed a strong bond with their viewers. Ash is trusted, loved and admired for their voice in the LGBTQIA+ community. Ash's insight and honest approach to LGBTQIA+ education has helped millions of kids and adults understand who they are.
"I have worked with LGBTQIA people and their friends and family for nearly a decade, and I have never seen a resource that pays such meticulous and thorough attention to the many nuances of sexuality and gender identity. Ashley Mardell's The ABC's of LGBT+ serves as a powerful tool for those that might be questioning their own identity, as well as for those seeking a deeper knowledge of the many, varied identities that exist in relation to our attractions, desires, and personal understandings of self." ―Everyone Is Gay
"Ashley celebrates the wonderful, evolving language of sexuality and gender. By showcasing personal narratives and providing explanations that are fun, engaging, and accessible for every kind of reader, The ABC's of LGBT+ provides a way for all of us to think about our unique experience and gives us just the help we need to communicate it to others." ―Carlos Bermudez, Manager of Online Programming and Community Development at Gender Spectrum.