* Introduction * Who is writing this book? * What is this book about and why do I care? * A disclaimer... * Sexual and Romantic Orientations * Sexual Vs. Romantic Orientations: How are they different? * A Bit on Spectrums * Explaining Some Identities * Towards the ends of the spectrum * In the Middle of the Spectrum * Not fixed on the Spectrum * Other Gender Identities * Sex Vs. Gender: How are they different? * Explaining Some Identities * Conclusion
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Ashley Mardell, originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, blogs about her daily life on her YouTube channel. As a result of her kind heart and glowing spirit, Mardell has developed a strong bond with her viewers. She's trusted, loved and admired for her voice in the LGBTQIA+ community. Her insight and honest approach to LGBTQIA+ education has helped millions of kids and adults understand who they are.
"The ABC's of LGBT+ is making it easier to understand our
identities. With humor, fun discussion, and adorable infographics,
no other book provides such a comprehensive read on terms and
phrases in the queer and trans community." and Everyone Is Gay
says, "I have worked with LGBTQIA people and their friends and
family for nearly a decade, and I have never seen a resource that
pays such meticulous and thorough attention to the many nuances of
sexuality and gender identity. Ashley Mardell's The ABC's of LGBT
serves as a powerful tool for those that might be questioning their
own identity, as well as for those seeking a deeper knowledge of
the many, varied identities that exist in relation to our
attractions, desires, and personal understandings of self."
"Ashley celebrates the wonderful, evolving language of sexuality and gender. By showcasing personal narratives and providing explanations that are fun, engaging, and accessible for every kind of reader, The ABC's of LGBT+ provides a way for all of us to think about our unique experience and gives us just the help we need to communicate it to others." - Carlos Bermudez, Manager of Online Programming and Community Development at Gender Spectrum.