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10 LGBTQ books to read for Pride Month: Glennon Doyle, Cameron Esposito, Brandon Taylor, more

Coronavirus may have killed the fun, but it can’t kill the pride.

Pride Month during a socially distanced coronavirus pandemic might be lacking in parades and festivals, but it won’t be lacking in good queer books. For all this year’s many problems, 2020 has been stacked with killer LGBTQ literature: hilarious essay collections, soul-baring memoirs, critically acclaimed literary fiction – whatever you’re in the mood for.

In June, as we celebrate LGBTQ lives and honor those who stood up for equality at the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan, sit down with one of these 10 recently published books that celebrate, examine and champion gay lives.

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1. “Untamed,” by Glennon Doyle. In this inspirational memoir, the motivational speaker tells the story of divorcing her husband, coming out to her family and finding love with Olympic soccer player and now-wife Abby Wambach .

2. “Good Boy,” by Jennifer Finney Boylan. The New York Times columnist writes a memoir of her gender transition through her relationship with seven beloved dogs who were with her at pivotal moments. “Everything I know about love I learned from dogs.” 3. “Save […]

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