Jacob Tobia, author of the Q-recommended book “Sissy: A Coming of Gender Story,” was in Atlanta on Saturday for a book discussion and signing.
Charis Books & More hosted the event, which was put on in partnership with Southern Fried Queer Pride. The gender non-conforming activist Tobia (top photo, right) was interviewed by Atlanta activist and writer Ocean Eerie.
“Sissy” was one of the books we were most excited about for 2019!
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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