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Review ?Readers will find all sorts of useful information in the revised, updated second edition of GLBTQ: The Survival Guide for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Teens.??Gregg Shapiro, Bay Area Reporter ?One of the best guides available for queer teens and their allies . . . Huegel unflinchingly and clearly explains what young adults, parents, and educators want and need to know . . . An excellent choice for libraries of all types.??School Library Journal ?Uplifting wisdom . . . GLBTQ is sage advice, and a strong gift to any teenager.??Midwest Book Review?GLBTQ?s subtitle promises that this text is a survival guide, and in many ways, it delivers on that promise. For youth needing basic resources . . . GLBTQ will provide both help, and hope, for our most vulnerable community members.??Curve magazine?Addresses the most critical issues faced by contemporary GLBTQ teens . . . the information it provides for teens makes it a valuable addition to any high school or public library collection.??VOYA?This book is one of queer life?s essentials?a must have for any LGBTQ young person, parent, or person working with youth. It is a book that can save and transform young lives and we need it to be everywhere.??Out in Jersey Magazine?This is a book I would have stolen from my library. GLBTQ is a book that needs to be in every junior high and high school library. The book is thorough and could help empower so many young people who are going through their adolescence full of fear.??Jamie McGonnigal, Talk About Equality blog?For school counselors looking for a book that will provide professional development by deepening empathy for LGBTQ students, this book is a must-have. But even more importantly, by loaning the book out to students, school counselors can provide assurance to LGBTQ students that they are not alone and that there is an adult ready to help them process through any questions without judgment.??ASCA School Counselor Read more Book Description Frank information and sensitive advice for GLBTQ teens on fitting in, coming out (or not), and everything in between ? Read more See all Editorial Reviews

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