I feel like one of the biggest impediments in our movement for sex-based rights is the lack of books that include these concepts. These include just basic fiction books for all ages, but also in the toddler to high school age. I have a child and the amount of toddlers books I've seen at local children's book stores about gender identity is unbelievable. I've been thinking of writing a young adult book about a girl who joins her the feminists club at her high school only to have it overrun by gender identity ideology, I have the beginning of a draft written but I'm not sure how to get it workshopped. Also I have some concerns that I may be a social pariah if I try to publish it under my name and that it may affect my profession, and so I'd like feedback on what is the process of getting things published under an assumed name.
I'd also like to support other writer's. Honestly I look at some of the posts we link every day on the main ovarit page, it's all incredible fodder for satire novels or humorous exchanges or powerful/meaningful exchanges in novels. So much of it is stranger than fiction. I feel like I'm reading snippets from a gender identity ideology confederacy of dunces. Why can't we use this to our benefit? Sometimes the best way to peak others is to use stories, often humorous. Because it's all absolutely ridiculous that it would be hilarious if it didn't have such consequences.
Any writer's on Ovarit? Do you belong to any writer's groups? How are you navigating the writing and publishing process?