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It Gets Better: Coming Out, Overcoming Bullying, and Creating a Life Worth Living Hardcover – March 22, 2011
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Great read with critically important life lessons on supporting the LGBTQ community as they seek to find acceptance and peace in a world of misunderstanding.
This book is the next step for the project. It is a collection of transcriptions from some of the most watched videos from some very influential people, both in the community and outside of it. The book is moving, not only for LGBTQ people but for straight people with friends that fit into LGBTQ. It offers personal experiences from the other side of the fence that rarely get heard. This other perspective is what makes the IGB book essential. After reading it, people can no longer allow it to not get better. The IGB book adds depth to a movement that is often only seen at face value, from both sides.
Buy it, read it, then go to the IGBP website and order one for the high school you attend(ed).
I quickly donated the book to my local high school, for others to use.
I gave it a 3 star because, I ended up getting really bored throughout (ended up skimming) as the stories started to become the same theme.