Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lesbian teen fiction is a subgenre of young adult fiction and LGBT literature. Books that fall under this category include themes of romance or attraction between female teenagers, including bisexual teenagers. Authors of such novels may or may not be female, gay, or bisexual. Novels that deal with the topic of lesbianism but not in teenagers (such as Julie Anne Peters's Between Mom & Jo) are generally not classified as lesbian teen fiction. In Ruby (1976) by Rosa Guy, the main character is a girl from the West Indies. The novel tells the story of her relationship with another girl. Other young adult novels with lesbian characters and themes that were published during this time include Sandra Scoppettone's Happy Endings Are All Alike (1978). According to the author, it "barely got reviewed and when it did it wasn't good," unlike Scoppettone's novel about gay boys, which was better received.
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