Queer Sex is simply phenomenal.
UEA Feminist Book Club
A valuable contribution to the recent trend of LGBTQ+ nonfiction from a gifted writer and interviewer. It taught me about elements of transitioning that I was unaware of and sparked an interesting discussion on gender, genitalia and sex.
Barbara Carrellas, author of Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-first Century
I love this brave, inspirational, and groundbreaking book! Juno Roche is having the kinds of conversations about bodies, intimacy and sex that I've been longing to hear in the queer and trans communities. Brava, Juno!
CN Lester, academic, musician and author of Trans Like Me
Queer Sex is an audacious and inspiring challenge to a system that shames trans bodies and desires. Roche's words are a gift to anyone looking to open their minds and fall in love with the possibilities of love.
Kate Bornstein, author of Gender Outlaw
Ahhh, now these are the sex talks I'd like to have had back when I was first transitioning. This book is sure going to encourage and inspire a whole lot of trans and gender nonconforming family and their lovers.
Caryn Franklin MBE, fashion and identity commentator and professor of diversity, Kingston School of Art.
I have been reading Juno Roche for some time and she has educated me through her writing about gender non-conformity issues and cisgender privilege. Everyone needs the transparency of a commentator like Juno. I salute this deeply personal, honest and instructive book. It will be a comfort to many, and for others a much needed testament to the indisputable fact that we are all individuals able to encourage each other towards authenticity.
Freiya Benson, author and writer
The interviews in Queer Sex are captivating and offer a real and often warm-hearted look at how our thoughts around intimacy and sex are constantly evolving. Juno's writing shines throughout, and on more than one occasion I found myself nodding my head and thinking, yep, I feel that!
Charlie Craggs, founder of Nail Transphobia & author of To My Trans Sisters.
This book delivers honesty with humour and heart on a subject that is not talked about enough. As a trans girl contemplating surgery I can't express how grateful I am for this.