Yay! You're Gay! Now What?
Yay! You’re Gay! Now What? asks Riyadh Khalaf with his debut heartfelt guide for young queer guys. Presenter of the breakthrough BBC 3 ‘Queer Britain’ documentary, his hugely popular YouTube channel has amassed more than 33 million views and been featured on BuzzFeed, MTV, BBC, Channel 4, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, E! News, Upworthy and The Guardian.
Riyadh shares frank advice about everything from coming out to relationships, as well as interviews with inspirational queer role models, and encouragement for times when you're feeling low. There's a support section for family and friends written by Riyadh's parents and LOADS of hilarious, embarrassing, inspiring and moving stories from gay boys around the world.
Riyadh Khalaf is a journalist, YouTuber and LGBTQ+ advocate. He first came to prominence on YouTube where his comedy and LGBT+ videos soon made him a “gay big brother” to younger viewers looking for inspiration and help with their identities. Yay! You’re Gay! Now What? features visual work from Melissa McFeeter, an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator based in Philadelphia.
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