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An Homage to LGBTQ Literature

I’ve always found a home with books, and it wasn’t until I started reading queer literature that I found a home within myself.

The beginning was with a book called  624 more words


Get Your Women’s History Podcasts…

By Amanda Kozar

If you’re like me, you are still excited to learn about women’s history even when you’re not in school. If you are stuck on a long car ride or flight, it’s always helpful to have a few podcasts loaded onto your cell phone or tablet.* 146 more words


The Indestructible Part of Us

Literature is an art form, a force, that ultimately unites its audience. There is not only one type of reader who enjoys the works of Oscar Wilde or Adrienne Rich, but there is a type of reader whose sexist mind refuses to read the works of women once the author is made known. 378 more words

This Bridge Called My Back


The title of the book is This Bridge Called My Back. The book was editied by Moraga, Cherrie, and Gloria Anzaldua. The book was published in 1981.This book is an anthology. 268 more words