Jay's Gay Agenda
From debut novelist Jason June comes a moving and hilarious sex-positive teen rom-com about the complexities of first loves, first hookups, and first heartbreaks—and how to stay true to yourself while embracing what you never saw coming, that’s perfect for fans of Sandhya Menon and Becky Albertalli.
There’s one thing Jay Collier knows for sure—he’s a statistical anomaly as the only out gay kid in his small rural Washington town. While all his friends can’t stop talking about their heterosexual hookups and relationships, Jay can only dream of his own firsts, compiling a romance to-do list of all the things he hopes to one day experience—his Gay Agenda.
Then, against all odds, Jay’s family moves to Seattle and he starts his senior year at a new high school with a thriving LGBTQIA+ community. For the first time ever, Jay feels like he’s found where he truly belongs. But as Jay begins crossing items off his list, he’ll soon be torn between his heart and his hormones, his old friends and his new ones . . . because after all, life and love don’t always go according to plan.
Jason June is a children’s book author who loves words and stories and making memories we can hold in our heart. JJ lives in Austin, TX, and you can visit him online at heyjasonjune.com
“Jason June, please feel free to check “conquering my heart” off your agenda, because I’m so in love with this book, it’s ridiculous. Jay’s Gay Agenda is funny, sincerely romantic, and infused with love from start to finish, starring a vividly drawn cast of characters who don’t even try to play it cool. I’m beyond charmed.” — Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
June's debut is funny, sex-positive, and filled with a cast of complex, incredibly real characters . . . A charming, affirming coming-of-age story about friendship, relationships, and chosen family. — Booklist
'The story will amuse readers who are looking for a light read . . . Queer, fluffy fun.'
— Kirkus Reviews
A sweet celebration of finding love in all its forms. Recommended for fans of Phil Stamper and Leah Johnson.
— School Library Journal
'Jay’s Gay Agenda is the charming, funny, sex positive book I wish I had read growing up. Jason June does an incredible job of exploring messy teen relationships through Jay, a charming and deeply flawed protagonist. Painfully relatable and laugh-out-loud funny, Jay’s Gay Agenda is the teen romcom of your dreams.' — Aiden Thomas, author of the New York Times bestseller Cemetery Boys
'Jay's journey to finding their place in the world warmed my small-town heart.' — Mason Deaver, award-winning author of The Ghosts We Keep and I Wish You All the Best
'Jay's Gay Agenda is exactly the kind of funny, upbeat, queer coming of age story readers crave. Full of laughs, heartbreak, fun, and tenderness, this story is an ode to first loves, friendships, and learning to embrace yourself exactly as you are because as Jay comes to understand, who you are is exactly enough.' — Kalynn Bayron, bestselling author of Cinderella Is Dead
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