Symptoms of Being HumanBook - 2016
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A suicide attempt sends Riley to a therapist, who suggests doing something completely different to take the focus off panic-inducing events. Riley begins a personal blog, which quickly goes viral, an unanticipated and unwelcome outcome, most definitely.
Riley, like all students on the first day of school, is nervous and wants to make a good impression, as well as find some people to hang out with. It’s not so easy for Riley though, as Riley is gender fluid. Despite being bullied, Riley finds the courage to blog about daily occurrences, which e... Read More »
It's the first day at a new high school, and Riley is facing typical problems, such as deciding what to wear and where to sit at lunch, and a few less common ones, such as avoiding being heckled by classmates who object to Riley's gender-nonconforming appearance. Gender-fluid Riley wakes up each ... Read More »
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