I Hate This About Me collects personal narratives and reflection of filmmaker Henry Alberto as he grapples with the toxic masculinity that is embedded in the Latino community.
As Alberto states in the book, “this book is a manifestation of something or someone” he wishes he had growing up. In it, Alberto speaks directly to boys, though the message could be applied to any and all gender identities as it's intended to remind us of the unnecessary demands society makes to declare a person a "real man."
Design by Be Oakley. Printed at Wendys Subway, Brooklyn.
Softcover, 104 pages, risograph, 4.75 inches x 7 inches, GenderFail.
Edition of 200.