George M. Johnson Opened Up About Receiving Death Threats For Writing "All Boys Aren't Blue"
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George M. Johnson's memoir, All Boys Aren't Blue, has become highly controversial and has been banned and challenged in the United States. Johnson discusses the personal impact of the ban and shares their vision for the future of Black queer people.
The part about my history teacher who said that he would have owned slaves had he lived in the 1800s. I never mentioned the teacher's name, but a couple of months ago, a person living in New Jersey reached out to me.
Johnson also talks about their hesitations in sharing their first sexual experience in the book, which has become a point of controversy. They initially did not write that chapter as vividly, but decided to share their story.
Yeah, my first sexual experience. It has become a point of controversy. When I first wrote the book, I did not write that chapter as vividly. I wrote it
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