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    You’ve really written a beautifully honest and really interesting post.

    While I’ve never directly struggled with any of this, my best friend has – now she knows exactly who she is and is proud of it, but I could tell it was a real struggle for her at points.

    I think this is definitely something that YA could benefit more from.

    Great post!

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    What a fantastic post Raimy. Being a teen is really really confusing. The need for books to express how ‘normal’ these things are is phenominal. thank yo so much for writing this post <3

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    Great post and really well put. I grew up in a fairly diverse town so anybody being gay has always seemed pretty normal and understandable to me. I didn’t even realise it was an issue until I was maybe 9 or 10 when somebody in my class made homophobic remarks about a couple from a soap which had been on the night before.

    I haven’t read any books yet (although I do have Bermudez Triangle and Ash, which I believe has a gay main character)with LGBT themes but I’ve seen plenty of secondary characters who have been gay.

    You’re really right about them being played up though. I often assume a character is gay (with no real evidence to back it up) because I stereotype the effeminate males to be gay and the butch/alternative girls to be lesbians. This is most probably because media portrays them like that :-/

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    What a thoughtful post – I don’t read a lot of YA, (it has been a really long time since I was Y ;D) but it is encouraging to learn that characters are so much more diverse than when I was Y. Positive for young readers of all kinds.

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    Oh I love this post Raimy, thank you so much for writing it and sharing it with us. I grew up in a very white community and always felt different and like I didn’t belong being mixed race. Especially when I was younger and my skin colour was quite a bit darker than it is now, and I’d be treated very differently.

    I grew to not notice it as much, but even many years later, when N came for a visit (N is of Indian descent) he always felt stared at and treated differently as well. And these sort of racial discriminations always made me feel sad and lonely. I’ve never come across a character in literature that felt like me. Parts of me, perhaps, but not really fully me.

    And it isn’t just LGBT themes that are missing from mainstream YA at the moment, it’s also ethnic minorities or mixed race characters, it’s differently-abled characters, characters of different religions and so much more. I’d love to see a more diverse world in YA fiction so that reading and literature can better reflect the lives of teenagers so that people don’t feel so alone or that they don’t fit in.

    That’s what I would like.