The New Gay and Lesbian Fiction Book: The Lovesick Girl is a new novel by Emily Henningson.
It follows a young lesbian who has come out as gay and moves to a new city to live with her new boyfriend.
The book is set in the same world as the TV series and follows the life of the lascivious lesbian, as she moves through the gay and lesbian community in New York City.
Hennerson said she wanted to tell the story of a young woman who is discovering who she is, but also who she loves, and what her future holds.
“My love of stories is what made me choose this book,” Henninsons said.
“I wanted to make sure that I knew that it was my story and that I was being honest about it.
I wanted to have this real honesty and understanding about my sexuality and how it affects me, but I also wanted to know that I am not the only person who has a lot of questions about what it means to be a gay woman in a world that doesn’t understand that.
I am queer and I am a lesbian.
I want to share that.”
Hennensons is one of many authors, artists and writers in the lesbian and gay community who have been speaking out about how the media, as well as social and political forces, continue to marginalize them.
In recent months, artists including Toni Morrison and Alyssa Milano have come out in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Many LGBT writers and critics have been calling for greater inclusion in mainstream media, especially television, where a recent survey found that only 30 percent of adults were able to identify with a character on television.
In February, writer and activist Sarah Kendzior, who is also a writer, won the Outstanding Writers Award from the Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association.
“In the gay world, it is more important that writers of color, writers of different identities, writers who are lesbian, transgender, genderqueer, queer or queer-identified, have the support of their own communities than it is for a straight white man,” Kendzibors said.
Hernonsons said that she wanted the book to speak to all of those people.
“The thing I wanted the audience to know was that I’m here and I’m queer and that’s the truth,” Hernsons said, adding that her writing has been a “safe space” for her.
“As queer, as a woman, as an artist and as a writer of color and a woman of color I don’t want this book to be about me, it’s about all of us, and I want all of the queer and trans people in this country to feel safe and safe in the book, and also that the writers of this book are empowered and that we can all be empowered and not be ashamed of who we are,” Hensons said to laughter.
“We need to be empowered, and we need to know we are not alone.”
The book, which was written as a series, was published in October, with Hennons describing it as “an epic” and calling it the “most important book” she has written.
Hensinsons, who has worked as a journalist for more than 30 years, has said she was inspired to write the book after she read the memoir of the late journalist Mary Katharine Ham in the 1990s.
She said that Ham’s memoirs about her time covering the Vietnam War inspired her to write a book about the lesbian community.
“Her stories really touched me because they are so honest and authentic,” Harnson said.
While Hennson has been an outspoken advocate for lesbian, trans, bisexual, and queer issues, she has also come out of the closet in the past.
Harnsons is the author of the memoir “The Lovesicks,” which was published last year, and she also wrote the memoir I’m Not Gay, I’m Lying.
The memoirs were the subject of a New York Times article in January, which detailed how Harnons was struggling with her own sexuality and said she felt like she was living a double life as a lesbian and a journalist.
In an interview with NBC News, Harnos said that her first book, “Lovesick,” was written during her time as a reporter covering the gay rights movement, and that the book was not about the LGBT community at all.
“It was about my own experiences and the experience of people who have never had a lot, not much, but certainly had enough to get by and be able to support themselves and their families,” Horsons said of the book.
Henons also came out as bisexual in 2012, when she wrote the autobiographical memoir The Boy Who Came Back from the Forest, and the book came out in October of the same year.
The novel follows the story and character of a bisexual man named Bob, who becomes