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Tomorrow Will Be Different

Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality

by Sarah McBride

Tomorrow Will Be Different by Sarah McBride X
Tomorrow Will Be Different by Sarah McBride
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2018, 288 pages
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    Mar 5, 2019, 288 pages

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A touching and inspiring memoir by a transgender woman about living as her true self, Sarah McBride's story also shows her strength in fighting for transgender rights and overcoming personal tragedy.

Sarah McBride knew from childhood that she was a girl, despite not being assigned that gender at birth. Growing up in a leafy Delaware suburb, McBride recounts her childhood as mimicking Leave it to Beaver because of the tight-knit community she grew up in, full of traditional nuclear families. Fascinated by history and politics, she was fortunate to enjoy opportunities for political involvement, such as campaign organizing and speechwriting, even before college.

But by the time McBride was a senior at American University and student body president, the pain of not living as the gender she truly identified with became overwhelming. It was during this time that she came out as a transgender woman. Her discussions with her family, academic colleagues and political figures—all of whom provided a groundswell of support—are poignantly described, with clear explanations of what it...

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