If you’re struggling to keep up with current labels, language and issues related to gender, Sam Killerman – social justice educator and comedian – offers a light-hearted introduction. Packed with cheesy jokes and cutesy cartoons, his style isn’t for everyone, and seasoned activists may bristle at his hyper-apologetic approach. By the end of this book, you will not only know the difference between “androsexual” and “pansexual,” but – more importantly – understand how to promote justice for all. The climate around gender changes fast, so consider this 2017 edition just a start to your research, which should also include works by LGBTQ people for a richer perspective.
About the Author
Sam Killermann is the co-creator of The Safe Zone Project, a free online resource for LGBTQ and ally training materials. He’s also the creator of the comedy show and website “It’s Pronounced Metrosexual.”
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