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In 2014 Maia Kobabe who uses eemeir pronouns thought that a comic of reading statistics would be the last autobiographical comic e would ever write At the time it was the only thing e felt comfortable with strangers knowing about em Now Gender ueer is here Maia's i. I wrote this book and I am proud of it

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Gender ueer

Ap smears Started as a way to explain to eir family what it means to be nonbinary and asexual Gender ueer is than a personal story it is a useful and touching guide on gender identity what it means and how to think about it for advocates friends and humans everywhe. Mini review FANTASTIC Really Read it This graphic novel memoir about gender and identity should make top 10 lists of various kinds for a long long time

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Ntensely cathartic autobiography charts eir journey of self identity which includes the mortification and confusion of adolescent crushes grappling with how to come out to family and society bonding with friends over erotic gay fanfiction and facing the trauma of p. A memoir by someone so much like me yet at the same time so unlike me A few times I had to set it down and cry Be forewarned that I can t even pretend to aspire to objectivity and brace yourselves for a review that s going to be about me than about the book Or move along if that understandably doesn t appeal to youThe graphic novel format lends itself well to Maia Kobabe s story perhaps because it adds a playful element that complements the sheer uirkiness of eir life experienceThis was me too from the time I was 11 years old But I was born in an era when there was no way to communicate that fundamental fact about myself because the language did not yet exist for concepts like gender identity As I grew up I kept trying to tell people about how I am but after a couple of decades had to give it up as a hopeless cause Only recently did I discover that there are now finally words I can use to describe myself to others the most general of which is genderueer More specifically I identify as agender ie I have no sense of gender at all I can t even stretch my imagination far enough to guess what it s like for people to feel they have a gender it s all a mystery to me It s a vast understatement to say I was wracked with envy as I read Maia s story of growing up in a world where the right words do exist and people like oneself can be found and befriendedYessssssssssMaia seems content with the general self description of genderueer with no need to pin it down further I went through mood swings as I read resonating powerfully with some of eir experiences and finding others utterly alien for example eir asexuality Sometimes I just had to laugh at the odd parallels in our lives like thisWhen I was a kid I was the one everyone called if they needed to be saved from a snake Actually I still am because I m on call for my local community as a rattlesnake relocator Enough than enough ugh about me I d like to say about the book honestly but it put me through the wringer emotionally and I ve pretty much exhausted my ability to be coherent I hope it finds a wide audience or at least finds its way to the folks who can benefit from and rejoice at seeing genderuirkiness embraced and explored


10 thoughts on “Gender ueer

  1. says:

    I wrote this book and I am proud of it

  2. says:

    Youthfully bright honest uncertain optimistic

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    Some people are born in mountains while others are born by the sea Some people are happy to live in the place they were born while others must make a journey to reach the climate in which they can flourish and growAs being

  4. says:

    I needed this book 20 years ago Words can not describe how much I love this book It's a memoir about growing up and figuring out tha

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    I adored this It was so heartfelt detailed and very deeply honest raw and personal I loved the page where the author was like when e was a teen I'm never writing comics about my personal lifelolol But honestly overall this hit me very deeply and I'm so grateful I got to read it Absolute recommendation with my whole heartIt just ended too abruptly I was there franticly trying to scroll further on my ecopy and I

  6. says:

    A memoir by someone so much like me yet at the same time so unlike me A few times I had to set it down and cry Be forewarned that I can't even pretend to aspire to objectivity and brace yourselves for a review that

  7. says:

    Gender ueer is a memoir comic by Maia Kobabe with a title that signals the desire to reach out to others I think of similar non binary inclinations or commitments In this still relatively new moment of non binar

  8. says:

    This memoir is so damn liberating And yes everyone deserves a family like that Loved this one so much

  9. says:

    Mini review FANTASTIC Really Read it This graphic novel memoir about gender and identity should make top 10 lists of various kinds for a long long time

  10. says:

    i enjoyed thisi rarely read memoirs but i'm thinking that i won't be rating them since it's kind of hard to rate a real person's real experiencesi will say this was a very personal memoir that highlighted the author's journey to self acceptance and discovery eir were constantly growing and changing and i liked th

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