Hey everyone! So, as some of you may already know, last month I took part in F/F February. The aim of the game, basically, was to help myself branch out a little and read more WLW reads, both for the theme of the month, and as a way to contribute to some of my reading resolutions that I set for the year! I managed to get through three LGBT+ books, bringing my WLW reads this year up to four out of nine so far. It’s really great setting challenges like this and branching out and reading things that you wouldn’t necessarily prioritise, but I also wanted to do this as a general rule, regardless of month, as I think it’s so incredibly important for LGBT+ stories to be given more attention. And, as well loved as the Simon Spiers’, Elio Perlmans’, Alec Lightwoods’ and Loras Tyrells’ of the world are, I think we need to step away from merely focusing on white boys being our only, or at the very least most celebrated, form of LGBT+ rep. I can never reiterate enough how important I think it is to keep reading LGBT+ lit, but to never place yourself in a box and allow yourself to fall into habits of hyper focusing on the white, cisgendered, male aspects of the LGBT+ community when there are so many other genders, sexualities, and people coming from varying cultural and social backgrounds to be represented.