The book will further boost the rising profile of the British-Canadian writer and stand-up. The news follows on from her run at this year's Edinburgh Festival, where her show Dope was nominated for the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award.
Debbie Foy from publishers Wren & Rook says: "Gender and sexuality aren't black and white, binary concepts - 40% of people under 25 don't identify as gay or straight. But society hasn't necessarily caught up with this sexual revolution - it's 2017 and we are still labelling people by who they sleep with.
"Mae's mission is to make sexuality 'one less thing for kids to worry about' by turning her comic wit towards binary definitions, pigeon-holing and intolerance, and pointing out that our sexuality is all on a spectrum.
"A truly millennial book, Can Everyone Please Calm Down? is an hilarious and illuminating guide to dating and relationships in the 21st century. We're thrilled to welcome Mae to the Wren & Rook list."
Are you gay? Are you male? Are you straight? Are you female? These aren't necessarily questions with yes/no answers. Gender and sexuality aren't black and white, binary concepts - they can be fluid, and are often on a spectrum: 40% of people under 25 don't identify as gay or straight. Society hasn't necessarily caught up with this, though, as comedian Mae Martin notes in this comic look at sexuality, dating and gender in the 21st century. She notes, partly in humour, partly in frustration, that it's 2017, and we are still labelling people by who they sleep with.
Expanding on themes raised in her BBC Radio 4 show Mae Martin's Guide To 21st Century Sexuality, she aims to break down barriers and start conversations. With a blend of personal anecdotes and clever social observations, Mae gently pokes fun at stereotypes, pigeon-holing and intolerance in this truly millennial book.
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