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Food for thought: Should we avoid the conversation of sexual orientation? An argument could be made that there is no reason to include the sexual orientation of major historical figures- that their orientation is irrelevant to their accomplishments, and similarly, it's rude to ask people their orientation as it's none of our business. On the other side of the issue is the argument that of course we should include the sexual orientation when discussing historical figures, and of course we should know the orientation of those around us- it's a major part of a persons, identity, so why should we ignore it?

Everything Is Beautiful, and I'm Not Afraid

The Gender Game

The Sentinel

A fantastic book that winds an utterly compelling story between present-day Spain and Spain under Franco's dictatorship. The heroine is a no-nonsense, hardworking forensic investigator, and the story begins with her being called to a mass grave hidden in an abandoned mine-shaft. While one gets the feeling that she would face sexual harassment at work regardless of her orientation, the fact that she is a lesbian isn't the primary focus of this series, though it does play into some of the intense, edge-of-your-seat plot twists that Oldfield is so adept at seamlessly weaving into the story.

Let's Talk about Love

Chameleon Moon


June Movie Recommendations (2018)