Top 10 Best LGBTQ+ Memoirs in 2020 (Sarah McBride, Jacob Tobia, and More)
Struggling to find oneself has always been a challenge. Many of us are hesitant to be ourselves because we are afraid that we will not be accepted for who we truly are. The members of the LGBTQ+ know this better than most. They face the threat of isolation, humiliation, and abuse simply for being born a certain way. However, overcoming these obstacles makes them more resilient than most, and we can learn a lot about being human from their inspirational stories.We realize we are not alone through stories. So, whether you are part of the LGBTQ+ community, an ally, or perhaps feeling a bit lost and alone, we recommend looking into the memoirs of the LGBTQ+ community. Discover that there are many ways to love in our top pick: All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson. This memoir is a series of essays by George Johnson, an LGBTQ+ activist, which sends a message of reassurance to both the LGBTQ+ community and people of color.
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