Mom and Dad, I'm Gay: Coming out of the Closet covers a lot of a gay people's experiences. Most of our fears and doubts are perfectly hidden in a closet. It is like the story with the boogie man. What happens if we decide to come out and confess who we really are and what we really like to do? Fortunately this book will provide you all the information you need to overcome a crisis situation if you are among the gay people in the world. If not then you should still keep going on with the lecture because you'll find a lot of interesting and accurate information about gay culture, what gay people represent, and what they experience every day.
This is a guide for anyone who needs to shed a light upon their knowledge or leave their prejudice behind. It is well structured so you won't encounter any difficulty in comprehending it. But most importantly it will help many of us start seeing the world with clearer and larger eyes.
This book is so outdated it is a total waste of time. The author continues to refer to gay people as abnormal and heterosexual people as normal.
For many people being gay is normal and they should feel normal. I recommend not wasting your time on this book
Disaster of a book. I had to listen twice to make sure I was offended as much the second time as I was the first.