Trans Futures Now

Trans Futures Now

A Queer Guided Journal on Finding Your Allies, Demanding Liberation, and Using Your Voice (Finding Yourself; Fighting Transphobia and the Gender Binary; LGBT Issues) (Ages 14-18)

Milo Stewart


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A Guided Journal for Teens Understanding of Gender

#1 New Release in Teen & Young Adult Nonfiction on Maturing and LGBTQ Nonfiction

Write down every thought, every feeling, and every doodle that pops into your mind with this high-quality guided journal destined to be your safe space as you navigate your gender journey.

A witty introduction to Milo Stewart. The start of this journal gives an up close and personal seat to Milo Stewart’s start as a pansexual teen in the hallways of their middle school in Ankeny, Iowa. It is there, where they discover transgender teens are everywhere, living, breathing, and thriving in mundane and ordinary spaces, and where they come into their nonbinary and trans identities

Questions, resources, and prompts to get you thinking. Write down your own experiences with questions and guided journal prompts written to get you to reflect in a safe space. Write about your sexual identity, gender identity, and finally discover yourself. Reflect on who you’ve been and who you want to be, embrace yourself in a whole new way; finding yourself is the goal!

Inside, you’ll find:

  • Resources and thought-provoking journal prompts to get you to unleash and discover yourself
  • High-quality blank pages to write down your thoughts, feelings, and stories all throughout the book
  • Milo Stewart’s compelling true-life story and brief inklings on gender expansive identities, transphobia, media representation and transgender liberation

If you liked inspiring transgender books for transgender children and teens like Beyond the The ABCs of LGBT+, I Love You Unconditionally, or the Gender Identity Workbook for Teens, you’ll love Trans Futures Now.


Milo Stewart:

Milo Stewart gained a following on their YouTube channel around age 17 because they told stories about living as a nonbinary person, and that gained the attention of conservative media. Taking this reaction as a sign that their story was having an impact by challenging cisnormativity, Milo happily reclaimed the label “Social Justice Warrior” (SJW) and pursued an interest in social justice in their career. 

They received a degree in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies from DePaul University and are receiving a master’s degree in Refugee and Forced Migration studies. They are pursuing a career working with LGBT+ displaced people, and Milo has funneled their academic interests into YouTube, where they integrate reflections on their experiences with gender and sexuality. 

They believe in increasing access to trans and queer theory outside of academia, sharing stories of queer experiences that LGBT+ viewers don’t get to see elsewhere in media and building community for LGBT+ people of all backgrounds. Milo has had academic writings published in DePaul’s undergraduate journal Creating Knowledge and will be presenting a paper at the Neuchâtel Graduate Conference 2021 on Migration and Mobility Studies.