Trans Fiction 2017
The guilty parties behind Trans Fiction Week launched it as a push to do something positive towards counteracting the very serious queerphobia problems and lack of diversity within the LGBT fiction community. But this is only the starter.
In 2017, we’ll be bringing you the main course.
In 2017 – specifically when hasn’t been decided yet – the guilty parties behind Trans Fiction Week are going to be launching a new review blog for trans fiction.
With a twist.
Trans representation serves two purposes: one, for transgender folks to see others like them, to see their happy endings and saving the worlds, to feel they aren’t alone or excluded or broken or any other of the negative things that come as a result of negative or no rep at all; and two, for cisgender folks to learn about us, normalise us, and stop thinking we’re Other.
So this review…
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