Month 50 Must Reads Books About LGBTQ History for Pride

Month 50 Must Reads Books About LGBTQ History for Pride

Back February, a story broke from popular British mag Attitude entitled, “Young Queer People Shouldn’t need to value LGBT History”. The content, by Dylan Jones, contends that queer children are now actually “treated in much the same manner as other kids”, they usually have away and proud queer part models, and therefore are getting into a more accepting world than those who came before them. Consequently, they must be permitted to be “carefree” rather than support the burden that older generations perform some burden of buddies and lovers lost to your AIDS crisis, the battle of fighting for equal legal rights, the staggering variety of LGBTQ+ suicides and drug abuse, the pity and punishment suffered because of exactly what continues to be a society that is predominantly heteronormative.

And if you go to a Pride parade, it is more of a celebration than a protest as it used to be the fact remains that being queer comes with hardship while it’s true that things have gotten better. Continue reading “Month 50 Must Reads Books About LGBTQ History for Pride”