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Conjuring concepts of queer time and assemblage theory, this response to Prieto and Mayo’s chapter “Identity Development from High School through College: Considering Queer Adolescence across Contexts” highlights Prieto and Mayo’s excellent analysis of identity development theories. The chapter response adds further illustration of how queer growth is a process that builds beauty, empathy, kindness, and love to the life of the queer person. Further, this chapter firmly supports the importance of this kind of study of queer identity development as a life-saving endeavor, noting that understanding the transition from high school to college for queer people, especially in light of fluid identities intersecting with other identities such as race, can help address a lack of queer elders in some communities.

In: Bridging the Rainbow Gap