This delightfully illustrated graphic memoir is an emotional and straightforward account of self-discovery and acceptance. Kobabe, who uses e/em/eir pronouns, explores coming to terms with eir genderqueer identity and asexuality in a way that is personal, thoughtful, and educational. Kobabe’s self-aware recollections range from uncomfortable and painful to awkward and joyful and liberating. The artwork is beautiful, and the discussions—particularly the conversations (and their respective panels) on coming out, dating, and pronouns—are heartfelt and great. This book is a welcome addition to LGBTQIA+ literature!
—Anika, Phinney Books, Seattle, WA