Today’s reader topic comes from QSFer Hank T. Cannon:
What books do you like where masculinity/femininity, etc. is portrayed as a continuum? Where characters don’t exist as only binary choices when it comes to gender? Where gender identity is one more piece of a complex puzzle of who characters are, alongside race, class, and sexual identity?
I’ve updated and edited the original topic a bit.
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