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Being Emily
Gold, Rachel
They say that whoever you are it’s okay, you were born that way. Those words don’t comfort Emily, because she was born Christopher and her insides know that her outsides are all wrong.
They say that it gets better, be who you are and it’ll be fine. For Emily, telling her parents who she really is means a therapist who insists Christopher is normal and Emily is sick. Telling (more...)
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Between Mom and Jo
Peters, Julie Anne
Jo promised Nick they’d always be together.  So did Mom.  When you’re a stupid little kid you believe what your parents tell you. You want to believe that your life will be good and nothing will change and everything—everyone—goes on forever.  It’s not until later you find out people are liars, forever is a myth, and a kid with two moms should never be put in the position of ha (more...)
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Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out
Kuklin, Susan
A groundbreaking work of LGBT literature takes an honest look at the life, love, and struggles of transgender teens.
Author and photographer Susan Kuklin met and interviewed six transgender or gender-neutral young adults and used her considerable skills to represent them thoughtfully and respectfully before, during, and after their personal acknowledgment of gender preferenc (more...)
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Beyond Priscilla: One Gay Man, One Gay Truck, One Big Idea
Witthaus, Daniel
266 days driving around rural, regional and urban Australia challenging homophobia. The Beyond 'That's So Gay' National Tour.
In a 38 week road trip around Australia, Daniel Witthaus discovered what contemporary life is really like for LGBT people – life beyond the stereotypes, life 'beyond Priscilla'. Daniel's simple aim was to challenge and confront homophobia 'one cuppa a (more...)
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Beyond The Wind
Hood, Rob N.
Sex, religion, life, and death as seen through the eyes of a gay teenage boy.
After an embarrassing incident at a rural Nebraska high school, fourteen-year-old Christopher Talbot’s secret—that he is gay—is nearly exposed. On top of that, his depressed lover, Kyle, has run away to urban Omaha to work the streets. Christopher will do anything to get him back, but during the r (more...)
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Black Rabbit Summer
Brooks, Kevin
Pete Boland was busy doing nothing that summer. Long, stiflingly hot, lazy days stretched ahead of him. Then she called.
Listen Pete . . . you know that funfair, up at the recreation ground . . . I thought we could all meet up . . . You know, for old times' sake.
But, where there are old times, there are old tensions. And as secrets, bitterness and jealousies resur (more...)
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Blue Lawn
Taylor, William
In this award winning novel Taylor explores the angst, confusion and exhilaration felt by gay teens everywhere. High school students David and Theo have at first glance nothing in common. David is the star player of the school's rugby team, whilst Theo is a bit of an introvert and an outsider. An unlikely friendship develops between the two boys who had previously held a hostil (more...)
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Boy Girl Boy
Koertge, Ron
Larry, Teresa, and Elliot are so tight, there's no room in their circle for any more than three: boy, girl, boy. That's just how it is. And when they graduate in a few months, they're moving to California to begin their real lives--together.
Or that's the plan, anyway. But who are they fooling? Larry is gay and still trying to coming to terms with his sexuality. Teresa is ti (more...)
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Boy Meets Boy
Levithan, David
New edition
There isn′t really a gay scene or a straight scene in our town. They all got mixed up a while back, which I think is for the best... And whether your heart is strictly ballroom or bluegrass punk, the dance floors are open to whatever you have to offer. This is my town.
Meet PAUL. Gay his whole life, and finding love as wonderful, confusing and hea (more...)
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Blacker, Terence
Matthew Burton’s life has been fine until his American cousin crash-lands into it. Sam was only ever a distant rumour, a hippy kid who travels around the States with his wacky mother. Now he’s an orphan, dumped suddenly on the Burton’s doorstep.
According to Sam, everything in England sucks, and pretty soon he’s making trouble for Matthew and his friends. They want revenge (more...)
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Boyfriends With Girlfriends
Sanchez, Alex
Nominated Lambda Award Bisexual Fiction 2012
Lance has always known he was gay, but he's never had a real boyfriend. Sergio is bisexual, but his only real relationship was with a girl. When the two of them meet, they have an instant connection – but will it be enough to overcome their differences?
Allie's been in a relationship with a guy for the last two years – b (more...)
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Boys and the Bees
Babcock, Joe
A gay 12 year old boy begins his first year of junior high with the vow that this will be the year that he kisses a boy. Like The Tragedy of Miss Geneva Flowers—only lighter, brighter and more youthful—The Boys and the Bees is set in Minneapolis and involves a confused but sweet adolescent kid coming to grips with growing up gay and fe (more...)
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Boys Like Us: Gay Writers Tell Their Coming Out Stories
Merla, Patrick
In stunning essays written especially for this collection, twenty-nine noted gay writers recount their true "coming out" stories, intensely personal histories of that primal process by which men come to terms with their desire for other men. Here are accounts of revealing one's sexual identity to parents, siblings, friends, co-workers and, in one notable instance, to a stockbro (more...)
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Boys of Summer
Berman, Steve
Walt Whitman referred to a "Mad, naked, Summer Night!" In the pages of Boys of Summer, acclaimed editor Steve Berman's latest anthology, talented authors and fresh voices reveal the allure and excitement of the season for gay teens. June always promises romance. July entices with its raw heat, and August offers a languid fire that will burn out before autumn's approach. (more...)
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Boys on the Rock
Fox, John
A wonderful slice-of-life coming of age novel. The story of a high school student in the Bronx, who in his sixteenth year, has to face the fact that he's a little different from everyone else. Although he's 'sort of' going steady he falls in love with another boy over an adventurous summer. With its conversational style it captures the rhythms of speech common among teenagers b (more...)
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Brothers: Life, Death, Truth
Lieshout, Ted Van
Trying to come to terms with the death of his older brother Luke stumbles across his brothers diary. While reading the diary Luke discovers not only his own emerging homosexuality but also his brothers. A thought provoking and intriguing novel sure to engage readers. (more...)
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Bully For Them:22 Successful Australians on Hard Lessons Learned
Scott-Norman, Fiona
March 2014
Bully for Them
is a collection of interviews by Fiona Scott-Norman with famous and successful Australians who had a tough time at school - either being bullied, not fitting in, or facing other adversities. The concept for the book is simple: many of the most popular Australians today were outsiders when they were at school. Not only did they ‘get through' t (more...)
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By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead
Peters, Julie Anne
Daelyn Rice is broken beyond repair, and after a string of botched suicide attempts, she's determined to get her death right. She starts visiting a website for "completers"- www.through-the-light .com.
While she's on the site, Daelyn blogs about her life, uncovering a history of bullying that goes back to kindergarten. When she's not on the Web, Daelyn's at her private sch (more...)
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Camphor Laurel
Walker, Sarah
This is the story of a friendship between two teenage girls, Melissa and Julietta. When a third girl, Ursula joins the scene, feelings are tested and rivalries form. Walker evokes teenage love, confusion, envy and longing in a refreshingly honest and non-judgmental way. Aimed at mid- late teens or parents/teachers looking for understanding of same-sex attraction among youth. (more...)
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Center of the World
Steinhofel, Andreas Translated by Jaffa, Alisa
Seventeen-year-old Phil has felt like an outsider as long as he can remember. All Phil has ever known about his father is that he was Number Three on his mother’s long list—third in a series of affairs that have set Phil’s family even further apart from the critical townspeople across the river. As for his own sexuality, Phil doesn’t care what the neighbors will think; he’s jus (more...)
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Closets Are For Clothes: A History of Gay Australia
Cook, Rachel
Some of the very first white Australians were gay and lesbian: they arrived on convict ships as free settlers and have a colourful and intriguing history. At times shunned from society, they fought long and hard to be seen as equals. From mollies to queers, gays and lesbians have contributed to Australian history in a most unique way. (Black Dog Books) (more...)
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Clouded Edges
Hilton, Nette
This is a collection of five short stories about five very different teenagers who have much in common. The stories look at love, sexuality, suicide, betrayal and the complications of teenage life. Confronting but focused, these stories aim to guide teens through difficult decision-making, including coming out and same-sex issues. Aimed at mid-late teens. (more...)
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Crashing America
Noyes, Katia
A fearless queer adventure, is how author Michelle Tea (Chelsea Whistle) describes Katia Noyes debut novel, Crashing America while Eileen Myles (Cool For You) evokes the name of a legendary artist to describe it: It's like if Janis Joplin wrote a novel and didn't die on us, but sang the whole damn thing. Crashing America is a road nove (more...)
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Futcher, Jane
Jinx goes to a private school and is a member of the hockey team. After she is dropped from the team she meets Lexie and falls obsessively in love with her, but not all goes as she palns. This is an emotional tale of hurt, bewilderment, longing and young lesbian love. Aimed at late teens and young adults. (more...)
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Smith, Julie
Budding-psychic Reeno is the most accomplished teenage burglar in California, but one tiny screw-up and poof!—she's sentenced to Bad Girl School. And that isn’t even her worst problem. Her sister Haley’s dying of an illness no one can diagnose, and now she can’t even help.
But wait, maybe she can! The school psychics have found each other and formed their own club. With the (more...)
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