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📒Gay Girl Good God ✍ Jackie Hill Perry
✏Gay Girl Good God Book Summary : “I used to be a lesbian.” In Gay Girl, Good God, author Jackie Hill Perry shares her own story, offering practical tools that helped her in the process of finding wholeness. Jackie grew up fatherless and experienced gender confusion. She embraced masculinity and homosexuality with every fiber of her being. She knew that Christians had a lot to say about all of the above. But was she supposed to change herself? How was she supposed to stop loving women, when homosexuality felt more natural to her than heterosexuality ever could? At age nineteen, Jackie came face-to-face with what it meant to be made new. And not in a church, or through contact with Christians. God broke in and turned her heart toward Him right in her own bedroom in light of His gospel. Read in order to understand. Read in order to hope. Or read in order, like Jackie, to be made new.
📒Onder Moeders Vleugels ✍ Louisa May Alcott
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📒Gay Girl ✍ Joan Ellis
✏Gay Girl Book Summary : First Digital Edition; Grier Rating: A++ Phyllis is a successful doctor who is passionately dedicated to her work. She has worked hard to achieve professional recognition in her field and doesn’t regret one moment it. Being a successful doctor doesn’t leave Phyl much time for a social life, though… and sometimes the loneliness is more than she can bear. Sure, she meets women… women like herself… and she enjoys the pleasures only they can provide. Phyl is painfully aware that something is missing… that her brief encounters, as passionate as they are, will never truly fulfill her. Then, she meets Eve… and begins to wonder whether she has finally found a love that counts. Eve had been married, but has never known pleasure with a man as she experiences with Phyl. As their relationship develops and evolves, both women realize their lives will never be the same.
📒God Turned Me Gay ✍ Kevin Shorter
✏God Turned Me Gay Book Summary : This book is about my journey as a Christian-from how I became a Christian to starting out in leadership, and all the drama in-between. I hope this book inspires you to carry on your journey no matter how hard it may seem at the time. It is all worth it in the end.
📒The God Girl Journey ✍ Hayley DiMarco
✏The God Girl Journey Book Summary : Hayley DiMarco's God Girl books and Bibles have been a huge hit with teen girls. Now everyone's favorite big sister and spiritual mentor takes girls on a 30-day journey into a deeper relationship with God. Beginning with a spiritual cleanse and then following with an in-depth study of the fruit of the Spirit, teen girls will learn what it means to love, be joyful, live out peace, and much more. Steeped in Scripture and with thought-provoking questions for girls to answer about their spiritual lives, The God Girl Journey is perfect for the girl who is on the path to becoming a God Girl and wants to take those next critical steps to maturity.
📒The Tolerance Trap ✍ Suzanna Danuta Walters
✏The Tolerance Trap Book Summary : From Glee to gay marriage, from lesbian senators to out gay Marines, we have undoubtedly experienced a seismic shift in attitudes about gays in American politics and culture. Our reigning national story is that a new era of rainbow acceptance is at hand. But dig a bit deeper, and this seemingly brave new gay world is disappointing. For all of the undeniable changes, the plea for tolerance has sabotaged the full integration of gays into American life. Same-sex marriage is unrecognized and unpopular in the vast majority of states, hate crimes proliferate, and even in the much vaunted “gay friendly” world of Hollywood and celebrity culture, precious few stars are openly gay. In The Tolerance Trap, Suzanna Walters takes on received wisdom about gay identities and gay rights, arguing that we are not “almost there,” but on the contrary have settled for a watered-down goal of tolerance and acceptance rather than a robust claim to full civil rights. After all, we tolerate unpleasant realities: medicine with strong side effects, a long commute, an annoying relative. Drawing on a vast array of sources and sharing her own personal journey, Walters shows how the low bar of tolerance demeans rather than ennobles both gays and straights alike. Her fascinating examination covers the gains in political inclusion and the persistence of anti-gay laws, the easy-out sexual freedom of queer youth and the suicides and murders of those in decidedly intolerant environments. She challenges both “born that way” storylines that root civil rights in biology, and “god made me that way” arguments that similarly situate sexuality as innate and impervious to decisions we make to shape it. A sharp and provocative cultural critique, this book deftly argues that a too-soon declaration of victory short-circuits full equality and deprives us all of the transformative possibilities of full integration. Tolerance is not the end goal, but a dead end. In The Tolerance Trap, Walters presents a complicated snapshot of a world-shifting moment in American history—one that is both a wake-up call and a call to arms for anyone seeking true equality.
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📒What Do I Say To A Friend Who S Gay ✍ Emily Parke Chase
✏What Do I Say to a Friend Who s Gay Book Summary : With real-life stories and answers from a Christian perspective, this text teaches young adults how to openly minister to gay friends and deal with personal questions regarding the social ambiguities of homosexuality.
📒Oh God Oh God Oh God ✍ Heather Godsey
✏Oh God Oh God Oh God Book Summary : Oh God, Oh God, Oh God! addresses issues of love, sex(uality) and embodiment from the perspectives of young adults who work for or are involved with the church. Discussions about sex, sexuality, and theology are taboo in many churches. What about the tensions felt between the commitments of love, dating, marriage, or parenthood and living lives of faith and integrity? The essays in this book address multiple perspectives on love, dating, marriage, parenthood, sex, and sexuality, as well as looking at the history of the church's struggle with human sexuality from a fresh perspective.
📒The Grrl Genius Guide To Sex With Other People ✍ Cathryn Michon
✏The Grrl Genius Guide to Sex with Other People Book Summary : Who better to advise you on sex and relationships than a woman who has consistently failed at both? In this laugh out loud funny "self-help novel", self proclaimed genius and author Cathryn Michon provides a how not to guide for anyone tackling the daunting task of finding romance in today's world (or at the local fire station.) Chock full of instructive relationship tips-such as the Pros and "Cons" of dating a man in prison-The Grrl Genius Guide to Sex (With Other People) is hilarious and right on the money both as an instructional guide and an endearingly romantic story about a woman and her four best friends who form The Grrl Genius Club. Armed with the information from Cathryn's Wild Sexual Animal Kingdom research and her "Love is Important but Chocolate is Essential" Chocolate Fun Facts, her posse of Grrl Geniuses struggle with singlehood, married life, sexual preferences, widowhood, and friendship. Cathryn's journey veers from a "nails-on-chalkboard-scratchingly-awful" divorce and the botched kidnapping of her own dog, to pretending to be a lesbian, seeing her old lingerie sold on her old front lawn by her ex-husband's girlfriend, losing her job, and a tragic industrial accident-level bikini wax. And through everything, Cathryn searches for the answer to the most important relationship question of all: why are all the best men gay? If you've ever been tempted to have sex with another person, this is an essential read. If you've ever felt inadequate to a task or a failure at love or in any way anything less than a genius and you've sunk so low that even a new pair of cute shoes won't help, Cathryn Michon can show you the way to relationship happiness-all you have to do is learn from her very funny mistakes. However badly you think you've done anything, Cathryn has done it even worse, and reveals lessons learned in the wryly witty and devastatingly honest style that has made her the favorite of aspiring geniuses everywhere!