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Alternatively I do travel a lot, and I do the majority of my reading then.
I’m one of those weirdos that manages to walk through the airport with their face glued to a book without colliding with anyone.
The reason I guess is because that used to be my escapism, along with video games.
It just took me to another world, where there were different cultures, different norms and you could be anyone, really.
I’ve never once encountered a non-binary character in fiction and it would be great to see more representation of trans people in general, who aren’t the victims of murder or twisted criminals.
Owl: I think for me the type of books I identify with the most are either books that focus on fantasy or sci-fi worlds.
It is such a wonderful book that tells the story of one of my dear friends who is a non-binary trans person.
It’s such an important book that would really get people to connect and understand what it’s like to be a non-binary person in society.
I also play a lot of video games in that genre as well.
We packed it with all sorts of practical information that we would’ve loved to have had, along with affirmations that there is no right or wrong way to be trans.
Trans people come in all different shapes and sizes and gender is an expansive continuum of identity and expression.
The main character is called Tiny and you never find out what gender they are, despite being asked throughout the book.
It’s always such a treat reading this book at libraries to a batch of small people, to very gently explain trans/gender issues, and to support trans kids. A feminist book club, and we covered a range of books about all sorts of things feminist: from trans issues to disability issues, black feminism, reproductive rights, and so on.