quiz: get a YA LGBTQ+ recommendation!


In honor of Pride month, I decided to make a young adult LGBTQ+ books quiz! This quiz is a bit different though. I usually do personality quizzes but my idea of this quiz turned out harder than I expected. So I did flipcards! They are (and look) way cooler than my personality quizzes. Therefore, you can expect more in the future  haha. I hope you enjoy bookaholics!

Notes: I am a proud LGBTQ+ supporter and I tried my best to find YA LGBTQ+ books. I apologize that I did not mention a YA book for every sexuality in the LGBTQ+ community. Yet, I continue to explore books about the LGBTQ+ community.
🌈 I haven't read all the books in my quiz but they all have good reviews and awards. My friends enjoyed them; therefore, I'm putting my trust in those things.
🌈 How LGBTQ+ focused are these books? ... Let me enlighten you! All the main characters are LGBTQ+. Some characters are discovering their sexuality and others are out - loud and proud.
🌈 I did my research. But if I did something incorrectly, offended you, said something triggering - please tell me. And if you have any questions, leave a comment pal. Thank you!! <3












I'm so excited to read 'Tash Hearts Tolstoy' and 'Symptoms of Being Human'. How about you? Happy (late) Pride month bookaholics! 🌈


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10 comments

  1. This is literally the coolest thing!! I've yet to read a book with asexuality, so now I'm putting Tash Hearts Tolstoy on my TBR!

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    1. Thank you!! Me too, I'm so hyped to read Tash Hearts Tolstoy.

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  2. I love how you included so many different sexualities + genders! It's difficult to find rep for most of these groups, so it's awesome you looked beyond the typical rep. I've actually never seen a book with pan rep before, so I might have to check out Seven Ways We Lie! And I wholeheartedly recommend Symptoms; it's such a fabulous book.

    As a member of the LGBT+ comm, I also definitely recommend Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller, and, above all, It Looks Like This by Rafi Mittlefehldt (which is, in my mind, the quintessential read for anyone who wants to understand the struggles of being LGBT+). Happy pride month! *rainbow confetti*

    Ellie | On the Other Side of Reality

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    1. Thank you so much!! I did my best. <3

      I loved Carry On! But I'll definitely check out your other recs. Happy pride month!

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  3. All I can say is: Ari and Dante forever. <3

    xoxo Abigail Lennah | ups & downs

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  4. I love how you included such a variety of books for so many different sexualities! I'll have to try out some of these :-)

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