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*** REVIEWED ***
VOYA published a rave review of Mason Crest Publisher's non-fiction book series
entitled "The Gallup's Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Lifestyle" in
their February issue. See what both an adult and teen reviewer have to say about
the books!

VOYA, February 2011 issue
"Gallup’s Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Lifestyle is a series made accessible to a young
adult audience with colorful pictures and pages, an easy reading level, terms defined on each page, and a
short page count. The series discusses multiple issues of particular importance in the LGBT community—from
health to politics to coming out—through the personal stories of its members and the expertise of
professionals from various fields. Although not intended to be a comprehensive resource, the series still
manages to fill in the knowledge gaps of its readers. For example, the title Gay Issues and Politics explains
the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and why the LGBT community is opposed to it. For a deeper look
into the issues, each book provides resource lists at the end of each chapter and at the end of the book.
Intended for a young audience in the stages of emerging sexuality, this series is useful for both straight and
LGBT teenagers. For straight teens, it creates a window into the LGBT experience and the challenges the
community faces, and for LGBT teens, it provides answers to the kinds of questions they are asking
themselves, helping them to understand themselves better and realize that they are not alone. Overall, it is a
good basic resource for libraries that want to provide information about the LGBT community to young
people."—Cheryl Clark.
"Gallup’s Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Lifestyle is an interesting and informative series
that discusses many facets of the modern LGBT experience. The books have tremendous potential to help
gay, lesbian, and transgender young adults learn about themselves. They can also educate others who may
be ignorant of LGBT culture and the struggle of gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals to find acceptance
in modern society." —Arthur Dixon, Teen Reviewer.
Gallup’s Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Lifestyle

If you're interested in ordering this series please
call us at 1-866-MCP-BOOK or check out
About the LGBT Series: Forty years ago,
homosexuality was considered a psychological
disorder. Today, it’s becoming an accepted part
of our society. No longer something hidden and
taboo, the topic of homosexuality has come out
of the closet. Today’s teens see it as a fact of
their everyday lives. While all this is true,
discrimination, bullying, and rejection are still
very real. This series presents a look at healthy
gay lifestyles, positive role models, and
supportive communities as well as the social and
political stigma that gay people still face. This
series confronts the issues—honestly,
sympathetically, without bias—offering young
adults, whatever their sexual orientation, the
necessary facts to build understanding and
Check out what the news media is saying about
The Gallup's Guide to Modern Gay, Lesbian and
Transgender Life on our News Section of the new
Mason Crest website.

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