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For Writers: Taboo?

Taboo

Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Brian Cherry:

Forty years ago, it was taboo to even write about gay love, let alone anything LGBTIQA…

Twenty years ago, it was taboo to write about being transgender.

Ten years ago, it was taboo to write about being non binary or intersex.

So according to you, what is taboo or controversial to write about in queer fiction now?

And should it be?

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1 thought on “For Writers: Taboo?”

  1. I really don’t see anything as “taboo” Amazon has a problem with dubious consent, but just about anything goes when it comes to books now.

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