Author: Eris Young
Pages: 288 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Release date: 19 September 2019
A Guide to Nonbinary and Genderqueer Identities
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First, I’d like to talk about the good things of They/Them/Their. I learnt a few things reading this book and some chapters were interesting such as the introduction, because the author wrote a little terminology part, and I liked the chapter about the community.
Now, let’s talk about the negative things. I expected this book to be shorter, because there were so many unnecessary parts or just boring parts. I wanted to learn more about nonbinary and genderqueer identities, but there were so many times that I just wanted to give up and not finish this book.
To be honest, there were many chapters that I read diagonally or chapters were I skipped certain parts because they weren’t interesting at all. It feels more like a published paper than a book that wants to educate people on nonbinary and genderqueer identities.
I’m sorry to say this, but I don’t recommend They/Them/Their at all.