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It's a Man's World, But I'm a Lesbian Kindle Edition
Hughes takes us on a tragicomic rollercoaster ride in a candid examination of her experiences as both a young lesbian growing up in a conservative, religious family in a tiny Southern town and as a woman navigating a male-dominated society. Her perceptive gaze lends valuable insight into oft-overlooked struggles and a deep, ever-evolving understanding of the complexities of the human condition.
It’s a Man’s World, But I’m a Lesbian is a funny, heartfelt, and authentic observation of what it means to be a particular type of human in a particular type of world; a collection of astute, compassionate essays about perseverance, wonder, and above all, growth.
“Experience is the eye of the needle. We squeeze and shimmy and slip and struggle through it, and once on the other side, we expand. We grow. We change.”
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- ASIN : B07CL7LLZT
- Language : English
- File size : 1204 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 109 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 623,085 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It is with great heart and courage that you get immersed into a world not everyone cares to understand or agree with. You will laugh, you will cry, you will hopefully learn something. At the very least you will open yourself up a little bit to what it is like to grow up knowing the world hates you for loving the person you do, and that sometimes that person can be you.
If you're struggling with self-love, an identity crisis, a mental disorder, or just want to understand more about the life of someone in the LGBTQ community, then this book is for you. Read it and pass it on to a friend, or maybe even a family member.
Really, this was such an honest and genuine book. If you personally relate, then it’s just incredible to know you’re not alone and see what others have endured. If you don’t, then I think that’s even better because you get a real look into what lgbt people go through in their lives.
The book is as funny and emotional and pure as the author herself. Definitely recommend to anyone.