Pride: From Stonewall to the Present
                    April 2nd, 2019
                    ISBN 0233005862 (ISBN13: 9780233005867)
                    In June 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City. Pride charts that historic event, the rioting that                     followed, the radicalization and organization of the LGBTQ+ community worldwide, and the activism that has taken place                     in the 50 years since. It documents the milestones in the fight for equality between genders and sexualities, from early                     victories, to the gradual acceptance of LGBTQ+ people, to the passing of legislation barring discrimination. Rare images,                     documents, interviews, and essays from notable figures—including Peter Tatchell, the Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears,                     Asifa Lahore, Maureen Duffy, and Lady Phyll—provide a comprehensive account of the sacrifices and passion of this                     mass movement, the ongoing challenges facing the gay community, and the victories that have been won.

The Pride Guide
                    April 6th, 2018
                    ISBN 1538110768 (ISBN13: 9781538110768)

                    Sex education materials meant to explain important basics to kids are too-often not written with an empathic                                         understanding of what those basics are. This is particularly obvious regarding books that include LGBTQ identities. Even                     when they do hit the mark, many have a limited scope and don't take into account the practical realities of developing                     sexuality. The Pride Guide is written explicitly for the almost ten percent of teenagers who identify as gay, lesbian,                     bisexual, trans, or any of the unique identities that are not heterosexual/ cisgendered. It explores sex, dating,                                       relationships, puberty, and both physical and online safety in one resource. The issue, today, is not whether or not queer                     youth will get sex education. The issue is how and where they will gather information and whether or not the information,                     they gather with be applicable, unreliable, or exploitative. 

Passages of Pride
                    December 12th, 1991
                    ISBN 1555834175 (ISBN13: 9781555834173)

                    The shocking, triumphant true stories of six lesbian and gay American teenagers are chronicled by an award-winning                     journalist. Accompanied by commentary from parents and experts, the simple truths of the lives of these teens will                     devastate and amuse, anger and inspire. Many interviews with other teenagers round out this moving book.

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Pride: Photographs After Stonewall
                    May 7th, 2019
                    ASIN B07GFCGV8X

                    Fifty years ago this spring, the Stonewall uprising occurred in Greenwich Village—an event that marked the coming-out                     of New York’s gay community and a refusal by gays to accept underground status that was as important in its way as the                     Montgomery bus boycott was to the civil rights movement. As a direct outcome of Stonewall, gay pride marches were                     held in 1970 in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. The ultimate chronicler of New York’s downtown scene in                     that period, and therefore of pre-AIDS life in the gay community, was the late Fred W. McDarrah, senior staff                                         photographer of the legendary Village Voice. In 1994, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Stonewall, A Cappella                     Books issued his lauded collection Gay Pride: Photographs from Stonewall to Today.