How To They/Them by Stuart Getty


Genre: Non fiction, LGBTQ+, Graphic novel
Pages: 240
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Rating: 4.42 stars

Summary: Ever wonder what nonbinary or gender nonconforming really mean? And how the heck do you use they/them pronouns for just one person? Isn’t it supposed to be plural?

This charming and disarming guide unpacks all these questions and more with a fun, visual approach. From a real-deal they/them-using genderqueer writer, this book makes it humorous and easy to learn so that everyone can get it. No soap boxes or divisive comment section wars here. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always human, this 101 primer is about more than just bathrooms and pronouns. It’s about gender expression and the freedom to choose how to identify. While they might only be for some, that freedom is for everyone!

Disclaimer: I got an arc of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange of my honest opinion.

What a great book to let you into the world of nonbinary. I think, the book responds to every possible question that could pop into your head about the topic.

The author talks to you on eye level, they never think less of you for not knowing this things, or think more of themself becuase they know this stuff.

The book is funny and easy going, easy to understand, and have amazing graphics to go with everything the author is explaining.

I absolutely enjoyed reading and informing myself with this book, especially since lately i’ve been around a lo of transgender and nonbinary people so now i can feel like i understand a lot more and i won’t go making mistakes around them all the time.

A great reading! That’s all i can say, really. If you want to learn a little about the topic or just have an interesting and fun read about it i totally recommend it to you.

A 4.5 stars for me for sure!!

Happy reading!

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