"Ladybug": an autobiographical story about homophobia

"Ladybug": an autobiographical story about homophobia

@JuanitoLibritos opens on the channel with his graphic novel «Mariquita»

GAYLES.TV.- The teacher and booktube malagueño Juan Orange, known in social networks as @JuanitoLibritos, presents «Mariquita«. It is a graphic novel that tells the complicated childhood and youth of people LGTB + through his life experience.

Orange is a high school teacher at a high school and a community rights activist LGTB +. In his popular YouTube channel, he reviews books with his overwhelming personality, being a reference in feminist literature and LGTB+.

«Ladybuga»Is an exercise in sincerity in which the author had to open the channel to tell«in detail and without hairs on the tongue»What he has suffered for being homosexual. This personal work tells a universal story: that of the marginalized, the different, the harassed.

«The objective has been to release ballast, to stand in front of a mirror, to remember what I have lived, and above all to put on paper what I have lived so that these difficulties do not fall into oblivion, that we do not forget what we are has made happen«, Explains the author.

Orange explains that he thought that «It would be a good read for people who were looking for each other and who read a story as tough as his but that ends well, because in the end we all end up finding ourselves and our circle. It is a good book for me, to heal wounds from the past and for readers to do as well.«.

Source: La Vanguardia

Photograph: Twitter, Publishing Rock

An opinion on ""Ladybug": an autobiographical story about homophobia"

  1. From the first moment, Juanito discovers that he does not fit in with others. At school they start calling her a ladybug and she doesn't really know what it means. This personal work tells a universal story: that of the marginalized, the different, the harassed.

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