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Some doctors default to prescribing medication to their asexual patients, believing their asexuality may be a mask for other health issues.
Rodrigo’s practice of sitting intently with her messy emotions—whether on her bathroom floor or in her car—seems like a metaphor for the recent seasons of quarantine.
This book is offering a unique gift to the world, one that presents a new story with new definitions and new possibilities.
Minimalism’s loudest voices have historically been white people who consistently overlook how people of color, especially Black people, have to approach minimalism differently.
Many cis people have a long way to go when it comes to thinking critically about talking about trans people and their bodies.
Just because a villain is a woman doesn’t mean she needs to be redeemed.
Treating survivors as a monolith only perpetuates further violence against them.
Just because a routinely ableist society often overlooks and underestimates neurodiverse people, that doesn’t mean they aren’t integral to the world around us.
As unreliable a character as Sammie is, the reader knows she’s not a liar.
It’s important to remember that respectability will not save us.
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