This collection contains materials on the topic of asexuality/aromantic from the DIVerse Families bibliography. Asexuality and aromantic stories contain individuals who have little to no sexual or romantic interest in others. These stories discuss the struggles and challenges that asexual and aromantic people face when it comes to significant others, dating, and adulthood.
LGBTQ+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning. Although this is an expansive list, the gender and sexuality spectrum is not limited to these five terms, hence the +. These stories seek to normalize families with gay and lesbian parents and any other family member who is LGBTQ+.
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When Rowan finds a skeleton on her family's property, investigating the brutal, century-old murder leads to painful discoveries about the past. Alternating chapters tell the story of William, another teen grappling with the racial firestorm leading up to the 1921 Tulsa race riot, providing some clues to the mystery.
In this young adult novel, Alice, afraid of explaining her asexuality, has given up on finding love until love finds her.
R. J. Anderson
To prevent the public from learning about Tori's unusual DNA, technology "geek" Tori and her adoptive parents move to a new town and change their names.
Fame and success come at a cost for Natasha "Tash" Zelenka when she creates the web series "Unhappy Families," a modern adaptation of Anna Karenina--written by Tash's eternal love Leo Tolstoy.