Kythera Anevern's Reviews > If It's A Choice, My Zygote Chose Balls: Making Sense of Senseless Controversy

If It's A Choice, My Zygote Chose Balls by Jeremy Hooper
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Oct 17, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: lgbt
Read from July 25 to August 28, 2012

Having followed Mr. Hooper's blog for about a year, I was excited to hear he had a book forthcoming. When I at last had it in hand, I was not disappointed. Mr. Hooper's humor shines through as expected. While his story is at times heartbreaking (and all too familiar), the grace, levity, and humanity with which he recounts his tale is refreshing, and makes this book an easy read. It is a volume I have eagerly recommended to family members who are struggling to reconcile their modern mainstream Christian beliefs with the knowledge that one of their relatives is gay. In that respect, it is not only an entertaining and enlightening read, it's also a very useful tool for dealing with family who are struggling with acceptance.

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