Sarvenaz Tash writes the second greatest YA Comic Con book in The Geek's Guide to Unrequited Love.
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In Louise O'Neill's book Asking For It, we learn how society cracks down on sexual assault: by punishing the victim.
When you have to choose between your sexual orientation and your family, It Looks Like This.
Looking for a gripping mystery, as well as a stark look into the realities of teen suicide? We Know It Was You isn't it.
The classic BBC university sitcom. College was never like this. Actually, it kind of was.
Photos can come back to haunt you. Sometimes, so can your dead boyfriend.
Emmitt LaPoint has everything a boy could want: a great family, a great hockey career, and a great boyfriend. Too bad he can't share one of those things with the public.
Lisa Williamsons's The Art of Being Normal shows us that anyone can fit in, but it takes someone special to stand out.
Enjoyed All Quiet on the Western Front, but found it too chipper and upbeat? Have we got the book for you!
Thirteen years ago, Russel could barely admit he was gay. Now, he's marrying his boyfriend on The Road to Amazing.