The sequel series to the award-winningMy Lesbian Experience with Loneliness!
Living on her own is harder than Nagata Kabi expected. Building relationships is difficult too, but with a new friendship to cultivate and a new perspective on her family, she’s doing her best to open up and become a warm, compassionate person!
“[…]readers who devouredLesbian Experience with Lonelinessneed to pick up this volume, if for no other reason than to know that happiness is a never-ending battle for many, but there are always reasons to keep putting up the good fight. ” –Anime News Network
Critical acclaim forMy Lesbian Experience with Loneliness:
Winner of the 2018 Harvey Award for Best Manga, and acclaimed inThe Advocate's Best LGBT Graphics Novels of 2017, theNPR Guide to 2017’s Great Reads, and thePublishers Weekly Best Books 2017.
"While the subject matter is by no means light, this moving and honest slice of life will resonate with anyone who has questioned themselves or ever been conflicted in their lives. And let’s face it: that is all of us." -- Judith Utz,Teen Vogue
"The self-discovery that follows is utterly fascinating." -- Abraham Riesman,Vulture
"Sheds light on the complicated emotional and mental dynamics involved in lesbian relationships. Her story is an open, honest, and deeply personal look at her struggles to fight back against her eating disorder, stop self-harming, and learn more about her sexuality." -- Ana Valens,The Mary Sue
"...this is a comic that (a) treats sex workers with dignity and agency in a medium which has been historically unkind, (b) addresses very real themes of self-harm in a direct and honest way, and (c) adopts an attitude of complete acceptance of sexuality fluidity." -- Katie Skelly,The Comics Journal
"My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness is one of the most powerful manga I have ever read, and it all comes down to Nagata Kabi's openness and honesty." -- Nik Freeman,Anime News Network
"No question, absolutely, my pick this week isMy Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, which was simply one of the best autobiographical manga I’ve read." -- Sean Gaffney, Manga Bookshelf
"A complicated play of gender and sexual identities that Nagata unbinds and sorts through with striking aesthetic aplomb. " -- Shea Hennum,The A. V. Club
"It's impossible not to shed tears while reading this work; Nagata's unflinching honesty is courageous, but the reason it resonates is because it parses experiences many of her readers have, but have never been able to give voice to. Nagata gave voice to her experience and that has allowed her readers to realize they are not alone." -- Hans Rollman,Pop Matters
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