Homophobe: A Logical Response to an Ignorant Ideology

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A young graduate student finds herself in an altercation at a coffee shop with a man insisting homosexuality is an unnatural, exclusively human phenomenon. Her intelligence and sense of morality questioned, she sets out to prove him wrong. This work of literary nonfiction is a must read for anyone looking to understand how homosexuality exists as a component of the natural world.

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About J. J. Morrow

I'm a lover of parasites and I recently completed my PhD in Applied Ecology with a focus on ancient parasitism. I most often read and write non-fiction, but I have had an interest in creative writing since I was a child. I wrote my first novel, Rise of the Wobanzi, by combining my love for parasites with my creative interest in zombies. I hope to someday finish writing the sequel to this piece, Fall of the Wobanzi, which I started a few years ago. Eventually, I'd like to finish the trilogy with Wobanzi Nation. I'm also working on a collection of poetry that I wrote when I was an angsty teen in high school and on a piece of creative non-fiction about my graduate school experiences. Keep your eyes open for future works from me! I'm also passionate about cooking, blogging, and enjoying delicious coffee and teas with close friends.

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Review by: John Janovy, Jr on April 23, 2013 :
This little book is indeed a "nuclear weapon in the culture wars" as indicated by one of the manuscript readers. J. J. Morrow has laid to rest, completely, and with eloquence and gentle dignity, the idea that various kinds of intimate interactions between adults, regardless of gender, are somehow "un-natural." As Morrow shows clearly, by examining the voluminous scientific literature on mating behavior, same-sex interactions are common throughout the animal kingdom. But the author goes far beyond such documentation in this small but powerful book by addressing psychological issues. However, the most important aspect of this book is the personal experience, as a Texas-born Christian, that she brings to the narrative. HOMOPHOBE is a must read!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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