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One of the frustrating things about reading books with queer characters is that, until fairly recently, the publications that seemed to get the most attention were realistic plots that often involved grim coming-out stories. If you wanted to read about lesbian or genderfluid characters who just happened to be wizards, adventuring space pirates or awkward AIs, you were mostly out of luck. Fortunately, over the past few years there's been a small supernova's worth of novels and graphic novels where queer sexuality has become a matter of course, baked right in to an author's vision of the future.
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The books listed are a sampling of the titles available. Ask your Children's Librarian for further suggestions and tell us which are your favorites. Chloe, a young guinea pig, fears she will lose her favorite uncle when he marries, but instead discovers that she will gain an Uncle Jamie.
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A relaxing gathering every second and fourth Friday upstairs at the Embassy Cinema on Kent Terrace from 5. Just come along and look for a likely looking group of women and join us. It's a sapphic seance, a butch bewitching, a homosexual hexing.
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Lesbians on the Loose is a lesbian magazine published in Australia. It first appeared in Sydney in January Lesbians on the Loose was first published by Frances Rand and Jackie Scherer  with an initial run of copies. Originally a monthly publication it set out to keep lesbians informed about activities and events within the community.