Sarah Boslaugh is a tutor in mathematics, chemistry, and biology at Forest Park Community College in St. Louis, Missouri, and is the movies editor for the popular culture publication TheArtSTL (www.theartsstl.com). In a previous life she worked as a statistician and technical programmer, primarily in the fields of medicine and public health. Her books include Statistics in a Nutshell (O'Reilly), Secondary Data Sources for Public Health (Cambridge University Press), Healthcare Systems Around the World: A Comparative Guide (Sage), and Transgender Health Issues (ABC-Clio).
While it's unlikely that you will ever come across an acknowledged gay, lesbian, or transgender person featured on an official holy card, it's quite possible that some individuals thus pictured snuck in under the radar, so to speak. Ria Brodell's Butch Heroes brings that tragic oversight to light.
French cartoonist Emma raises issues of inequality within French society with humor and humanity, using short statements accompanied by disarmingly charming cartoons that point out the absurdities of some common social conventions and beliefs.