It is appropriate that I'm writing a review of this brilliant anthology on radical LGBTQ politics during the start of Pride month when hordes of right-wing gay assimilationists will be marching all over the nation in parades which are sponsored by beer companies, banks, war profiteers, and other evil multinational corporate interests. Every disgusting neoliberal gay and lesbian organization like the Stonewall Democrats, the Log Cabin Republicans, the Human Rights Campaign, and the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce will be on display asking you to donate money and sign petitions backing their capitalist, patriarchal, racist agenda for gay and lesbian full inclusion in the US empire. (Notice that I did not say bisexual, transgender, or queer. That's because their agenda explicitly excludes anyone who is not cisgender and monosexual.) Against Equality: Queer Revolution Not Mere Inclusion is a collection of writings by dissident queer activists challenging the unholy trinity of gay marriage, gays in the military, and hate crime legislation. It includes groundbreaking essays by some of the most exciting dissident queer and transgender activists today like Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Yasmin Nair, Imani Keith Henry, Kate Bornstein, Dean Spade, and Ryan Conrad. As a queer anarchist, I really commend AK Press for their ongoing commitment to publishing books by revolutionary queer and transgender activists. After you finish reading Against Equality, I recommend you reading some of their other fabulous LGBTQ titles like Queering Anarchism, Free Comrades, and Captive Genders. If you're outraged by how the mainstream gay establishment has become totally complicit in the gentrification of our cities, the pinkwashing of the Israeli occupation, or the expansion of the prison-industrial-complex, then you need to read this book ASAP! Do I think you should go to Pride this year? Hell no, unless you're going to protest against it! Read this book and you'll understand why.