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Love Day Love List

Updated: Feb 8, 2023

We put a list together of some sweet, sexy, most loving, informative, and tenderest titles just in time for Love Day. <3

All About Love by Bell Hooks

Learning new paths to love. Feminist, sacred healing.

The Body is Not an Apology by Sonya Renee

Radical Honesty, Radical Vulnerability, and Radical Empathy. Learning to love yourself and your body–no apologies.

The Mastery of Love by Luis Don Rodriguez

Removing fear from love and loving. How healing, recovery, and restoration help loving relationships.

Sex is a Funny Word by Cory Silverberg

A comic book for kids that opens up conversations between young people and their caregivers about bodies, gender, and sexuality.

Her Body & Other Parties by Carmen Machado

A series of short stories written in multiple genres about women and the realities and violence of their bodies and lives.

Polysecure by Jessica Fern

Finding security and understanding in consensual nonmonogamy.

Girl from the Sea by Molly Knox Ostertag

A graphic novel of two girls falling in love while in secret, each harboring their own secrets by the sea.

Heartstopper by Alice Oseman

Another graphic novel about two boys falling in love at school. A classic tale of someone thinking someone else is out of their league, but maybe it's not so classic.

Give Me Love by Yayoi Kusama

Documentation of the famous artist's most recent exhibition. Considered pop art and minimalism at the same time, Kusama continues to grow in popularity and relevancy at the age of 93.

Existential Kink by Carolyn Elliott

Exploring the dark and light sides of our sexuality and acceptance of what we see in the darker side of how we give and receive pleasure.

Be Not Afraid of Love by Mimi Zhu

Learning new love after domestic, romantic violence. Essays and affirmations for healing and recovery and removing the fear of love.

Kink edited by R.O. Kwon

Short stories of love, sexual expression, BDSM, and 'kinks' all the way across the sexual spectrum.

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How about a book about learning what love actually is? There are people that never learn to identify love from lust or just follow what society dictates how and what to feel.

Learning to love yourself, being without a partner but not feeling alone at all and STILL BE AS HAPPY AS CAN BE!!!

Any advice?

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