YA by Trope/Theme

*Upcoming
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Coming Out

Lesbian

Gay

Bisexual

Transgender/Non-Binary

Asexual

Conversion Therapy

Crime

Drag

Epistolary

Fandom

Found Family

Friendship

Parentheticals are genders of friends in central friendship + number of queer characters in said friendship, e.g. (M/F, 2) means it’s about a male-female friendship and both are queer.

Gaming

Gender Identity

Gentrification

Grieving

Parent

Sibling

Partner

Grandparent

HIV/Aids

Hollywood

Intergenerational

Mental Health

Female Protag

Male Protag

Music

  • The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde

Pregnancy

Pride/Stonewall

Questioning

Female MC

Male MC

Religion

Retelling/Reimagining

Revenge

Road Trip

Royalty

School Violence

Secret Relationships

Sexual Education

  • Jack of Hearts (and other parts) by L.C. Rosen
  • Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley

Sexual Assault

Siblings

Social Justice

Social Media

Includes books about blogs, vlogs, and podcasts

Sports

Survival

Theatre

Unrequited Love

  • Starworld by Audrey Coulthurst and Paula Garner

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