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Review: My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness by Kabi Nagata (translated by Jocelyne Allen)

This is the first Japanese manga I've read, and I'm happy to say it was such an enjoyable experience that it makes me want to read more of it. On to my thoughts: Summary: An autographical manga about Nagata's own experiences and struggles with sexuality, depression, an eating disorder, anxiety, and family expectations. Page Length:… Continue reading Review: My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness by Kabi Nagata (translated by Jocelyne Allen)

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These Are The Top 10 Books Americans Tried To Ban In 2016

When it comes to banned books, there’s rarely a grey area. On one end, you have more conservative readers who don’t agree with themes such as explicit sex, profanity, and possibly LGBTQ storylines (depending on their stance on it), and on the opposite end, you have the more, for lack of better word, liberal readers… Continue reading These Are The Top 10 Books Americans Tried To Ban In 2016

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Movie Review Monday: The Edge Of Seventeen (2016)

Welcome to Movie Review Monday! In this series I'll just be sharing my unfiltered and open thoughts about recent movies that I've watched (whether bad or good). Feel free to chat with me in the comments about the specific movie mentioned, or about movies you've loved and would recommend. Now, onto the movie of the… Continue reading Movie Review Monday: The Edge Of Seventeen (2016)

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Book Review: Prey By Lurlene McDaniel

If there ever was an extremely taboo subject that equally disturbs and strangely intrigues people, it’s a student-teacher romantic relationship. Take for example the imploding rise of ‘mysterious’ and ‘sexy’ relationships between teachers and students in some of our favorite shows and movies (Aria and Mr. Fitz from Pretty Little Liars, anyone?). While I don’t… Continue reading Book Review: Prey By Lurlene McDaniel

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Book Review: Suicide Notes by: Michael Thomas Ford

  Very deep book. Definitely holds a lot of deep emotion and situations. I like the fact that there's not too many characters and that the main character, 15 year old Jeff, is thoroughly developed and so are his reactions to things. I felt like he was someone I knew. Based on the title, yes,… Continue reading Book Review: Suicide Notes by: Michael Thomas Ford