New digital magazine for LGBTQ youth

Check out It’s Who I Am – the new LGBT magazine for queer youth. You can read it online for free or download a copy for $1.99. It’s packed full of articles, art, and more!

You can also read a detailed, thoughtful, indepth interview that Tina Toler Keel did with me, and see some of my art.

4 Responses to “New digital magazine for LGBTQ youth”

  1. Lisa Says:

    Great interview! I love how upfront you are about everything. It encourages people to speak out.

  2. Cheryl Rainfield Says:

    Thank you, Lisa; I so appreciate you saying that! I agree with you. When we know we’re not alone, when we hear others talking about painful issues, it can help us have a voice, too.

  3. Lisa Jenn Bigelow Says:

    Thanks for the head’s up, I can’t wait to check it out!

  4. Cheryl Rainfield Says:

    Thanks, Lisa Jenn! I think it’s a good magazine.

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