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Happy Pride!

This Pride, AAR wanted to share some of our favorite reads starring less-represented members of the Rainbow Family: the BTQ+ part of LGBTQ+! Read on for our favorite romances starring bisexual, nonbinary, genderqueer, genderfluid, transgender, and asexual protagonists, 

Bisexual protagonists: 

Tags: bisexual, bisexual hero, bisexual heroine 

We have LOTS of DIKs of books featuring bisexual characters. Some of the most recent ones are: 

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Nonbinary, genderqueer, and/or genderfluid protagonists: 

Tag: nonbinary 

These are all of our current DIKs of books featuring nonbinary, genderqueer, and/or genderfluid protagonists: 

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Transgender protagonists 

Tag: transgender 

These are all of our DIKs of books that have transgender protagonists 

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Asexual protagonists 

Tag: asexual 

We have one DIK of a romance starring an asexual protagonist: 

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And of course, you can always find male/male romance and f/f romance at those tags. Please note that we use male/male and f/f intentionally – it represents the pairing of the characters, not their sexuality. Male/male and f/f characters may be gay and lesbian, bisexual, asexual, etc. 

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