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Discover what it means to be a young transgender and/or non-binary person in the twenty-first century in this frank and funny guide for 14+ teens, from the author of This Book is Gay. In What's the T?, Stonewall ambassador, bestselling trans author and former PSHE teacher Juno Dawson defines a myriad of labels and identities and offers uncensored advice on coming out, sex and relationships with her trademark humour and lightness of touch. Juno has also invited her trans and/or non-binary friends to make contributions, ensuring this inclusive book reflects as many experiences as possible, and features the likes of Travis Alabanza and Jay Hulme. The companion title to the This Book Is Gay, What's the T? tackles the complex realities of growing up trans with honesty and humour, and is joyfully illustrated by gender non-conforming artist Soofiya.
Be Strong, Be Wise teaches young people how to protect themselves from sexual assault. In Be Strong, Be Wise, psychotherapist and youth advocate Amy Carpenter provides all the information young adults need to lower risk (while still having fun!). Use the tools Amy provides to feel confident in public settings, whether on campus, at a party or a club, on a date or a night on the town. By the end of Be Strong, Be Wise, young people learn how to: Establish a safety system with their friends that decreases risk Be safety-minded when going out for drinks Recognize the red flags they need to know when meeting new people or starting a new relationship Understand gender roles as they relate to safety Respond if an assault takes place