The format and content of LGBTQ graphic novels make them effective pedagogical tools for engaging students in critical discussions about gender and sexuality. By using two exemplar texts, the authors offer teachers a vocabulary and method for engaging in these conversations.
Kedley, Kate E. and Spiering, Jenna, "Using LGBTQ Graphic Novels to Dispel Myths about Gender and Sexuality in ELA Classrooms" (2017). College of Education Faculty Scholarship. 17.
Kedley, K.E. & Spiering, J. (2017). Using LGBTQ Graphic Novels to Dispel Myths about Gender and Sexuality in ELA Classrooms. English Journal, 107(1), 54-60.