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[Read Super Late Bloomer] eBook by Julia Kaye

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Use her popular webcomic Up and Out to process her journey and help others with similar struggles realize they weren’t alone Julia’s poignant relatable comics honestly depict her personal ups and downs while dealing with the various issues involved in transitioni. These comic strips depict the the ups and downs triumphs and setbacks of the author s transitioning from having been born a woman in a male body to making her outside match her insideWhile I realize that the individual as well as collective experiences of trans women are theirs alone and incomparable I must admit that I could relate to several of the issues brought up in this book from experiences that were of course different and yet the same on an emotional level Whereas I luckily don t have to handle being misgendered on a daily basis I can on some level understand the pain frustration and helplessness of it because as a fellow woman I know what it is like not to be taken seriously and having labels put on you that you are desperate to shed I can only imagine how much harder it is for trans women I appreciate that as I was told for some trans women the added trans is very important to them and their personal history while others feel slightly offended by this addition hence the trans in parentheses I love about this book that it leaves absolutely nothing out and takes you through Julia Kaye s transition step by step addressing obvious problems with sexism bigotry or just your average everyday problems of body image issues and societal pressure on what a woman should look and be like etc But at the same time it always remains hopeful and determined On top of this it also showed me once how important it is to stand against the growing trend of transphobia in feminism TERF If your feminism isn t inclusive then honestly It is diametrically opposed to what feminism has always stood for and continues to stand for

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Super Late Bloomer

Ng from struggling with self acceptance and challenging societal expectations to moments of self love and joy Super Late Bloomer both educates and inspires as Julia faces her difficulties head on and commits to being wholly authentically who she was always meant to be. This is a nice collection of brief autobiographical comics documenting Julia Kaye s thoughts and feelings as she transitions to living full time as a woman Some of the comics are happy and hopeful while others deal with the complicated feelings around transitioning and passing or not passing as female and a small subplot addresses the hurt she feels when a family member pretends to be okay with the transition and then proceeds to shut her out almost completely It s a great collection that I can imagine will reflect the experiences of many trans folks and can serve as a friendly introduction to the trans journey for people who might not otherwise be inclined to read about itI received access to this title via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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A highly personal collection documenting the early months of artist Julia Kaye’s gender transitionInstead of a traditional written diary Julia Kaye has always turned to art as a means of self reflection So when she began her gender transition in 2016 she decided to. Heartfelt and hopeful I loved it


10 thoughts on “Super Late Bloomer

  1. says:

    Heartfelt and hopeful I loved it

  2. says:

    This is a collection of comics about Julia Kaye being transgender and transitioning It's fine Most of the comics are simple three panel layouts They are too short to get into anything in much detail Most revolve around Kaye's gender dysphoria Being misgendered by both friends and strangers Having high levels of anxiety about being misgender

  3. says:

    This is a very personal very cut to the bone series of strips about transitioning from male to female along with all the good and bad days that go along with it Julia is writing an autobiographical strip and does not hold back anything When she sees herself as still looking like a man she mentions it When she thinks that everyone is looking at her because they think she is a man in drag she writes about itIt

  4. says:

    These comic strips depict the the ups and downs triumphs and setbacks of the author's transitioning from having been born a woman in a male body to making her outside match her insideWhile I realize that the individual as well as collective ex

  5. says:

    Julia Kaye documented her early days when she was transitioning in touching realistic pages that show the perks

  6. says:

    This is an affecting daily chronicle of the first few months of one transgender woman's transition It's an unvarnished glimpse into th

  7. says:

    As the cover promises this is a diary in comics form about Julia’s transition from male to female She did one cartoon pe

  8. says:

    This is a nice collection of brief autobiographical comics documenting Julia Kaye's thoughts and feelings as she transitions to living full ti

  9. says:

    Take keen insight into the emotional rollercoaster of gender transition mix with humor and grace and you have a pretty amazing book

  10. says:

    Really lovely Straightforward deceptively simple all in the same 3 panel structure and honest A great combination of being truthful about the hard things and hopeful

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