If you've been on the Internet at all, you've probably seen that today is National Coming Out Day—in other words, the day when you find out who all from your high school is gay now. Jokes aside, in addition to giving closeted or questioning people an opportunity to share their identity with the world, this day also gives LGBTQ people who are already out the chance to reflect on our experiences and the people they've helped us become. Revisiting a psychologically toxic relationship through the lens of assorted storytelling tropes, Machado expands an intensely intimate story into a meditation on the way that abuse takes hold in queer relationships. Use this title to help you chart the course of your next cross-country road trip.
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