Most of the representation I saw depicted Native Americans as the bad guys in old Western movies that my mom’s dad liked to watch. My dad would always remind me our side of the story during those moments, which was good, but not really a positive representation of my culture.
Stories That See Us is an ongoing series of book reviews where Salt and Sage Books editors and sensitivity readers share representation done well. Today, our amazing sensitivity reader Helen Gould reviews Radclyffe Hall’s The Well of Loneliness. Helen Gould Helen Gould is from the UK and specializes in reading manuscripts for POC, gender, sexuality, mental health, and other topics.