Hi! You can call me Rose, or Angel, or Roozje, or Romée, or basically everything that does not include an insult. I'm 17 years old and I'm from The Netherlands. I've been told I'm a good listener and won't ever judge you or anybody else. So, feel free to talk to me! I'd love to hear something from you, whomever you are! <3 LOVE RESPECT AND ANGELS TO YOU <3
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YOU ARE DOING YOUR BEST WITH THE CIRCUMSTANCES GIVEN TO YOU AND IF ANYONE TELLS YOU DIFFERENT THEY ARE WRONG YOU ARE DOING GREAT AND I LOVE YOU AND I’M VERY PROUD OF YOU AND I BROUGHT YOU YOUR FAVORITE FOOD [aggressively slams down food container on the table]
I think it’s a defining moment in the radicalization of young women when they realize men, as a class, absolutely and violently hate them.
Thanks for your question - I’m happy to say that there are many YA books featuring lesbian/bi/queer girls out there!
A few of my favorites are Adaptation and Ash by Malinda Lo, Ask the Passengers by A.S. King, Annie On My Mind by Nancy Garden and Skim by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki. A few I haven’t read yet but have heard good things about are The Miseducation of Cameron Post by emily m. danforth, The Dark Wife by Sarah Diemer, If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan, The Second Mango by Shira Glassman, Everything Leads to You by Nina Lacour, and Fat Angie by e.E. Charlton-Trujillo. Julie Anne Peters has also written a lot of well-loved YA books about queer girls.
One of my personal favourites to add is Silhouette of a Sparrow by Molly Beth Griffin. :) Also, it is sadly incomplete, but we have a WIP LGBTQIA+ YA fiction list here, and plenty of the works have queer girls as the mc. Hope this helps! -K
Also check out this giant list: Lesbian Teen Fiction
So imagine a Harry Potter TV series but BETTER than Game of Thrones because seasons 1 and 2 would be Founders, 3-5/6 would be Marauders, 6/7-13/14 would be the books, and then 13/14-forever would be post-Hogwarts Golden Trio and Next-Gen and it would be absolutely brilliant.