One in Every Crowd

One in Every Crowd

eBook - 2012
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Stories for everyone who has ever felt alone in their struggle to be true to themselves. These are honest, wry, plain-spoken tales about gender, identity and family.
Publisher: New York :, Arsenal Pulp Press,, 2012
ISBN: 9781551524603
Characteristics: text file,rda
1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Jun 26, 2017

Two fabulous Vancouver butches introduced me to Ivan Coyote's work years ago. They taught me about living w/ grace, compassion, and kindness. My heart thumped as I read these stories, remembering our high school years. When I finished Tomboy Survival Guide, I immediately downloaded this ebook b/c the storytelling was so compelling, I didn't want it to be done. There is some overlap between these two books, but I didn't mind a bit.

november191998 Mar 30, 2014

I just finished the book and I found some small parts intresting but most of it was all the same. I feel like the authour could have done more with all the good ideas they had. However, I did like the message that everyone is equal.

Sassy29 Feb 18, 2014

This is a truely amazing book. Not only is it incredably inspirational, but its also hilarious. I loved the style of writing and everything about it.

Wicked_swimmer24 Feb 13, 2014

The main character tells stories about their past throughout the novel. It is not a bad book, however it is not the style that I prefer.

Aug 06, 2013

I loved how Ivan increased my social awareness to gender sensitivity in a friendly comedic way that almost anyone can relate to.

Jun 13, 2012

I really enjoy Ivan stories, but was disappointed because so many in this book had been previously published in earlier collections.

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