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A Changing Landscape: The Growth of LGBTQ Book Publishers

The growth of LGBTQ book publishers has been an important development in the literary world, as it has allowed for more representation and visibility of LGBTQ voices and stories. This has been a response to a lack of representation and inclusion in mainstream publishing, where LGBTQ themes and characters were often marginalized or not included at all. With the rise of LGBTQ book publishers, authors and readers alike have been able to find a community and support system that they may not have found elsewhere. The growing number of LGBTQ book publishers also reflects a change in societal attitudes towards LGBTQ issues, as well as a growing demand for representation in literature.

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