Three stories, three insights into different worlds, into the minds and hearts of those some of us find 'different'. More
Three stories, three insights into different worlds, into the minds and hearts of those some of us find 'different'.
Three perspectives on sexuality and religion for those who do not wish to conform, but wish to explore and embrace.
Three tales of love in three different ways: the love of knowledge, the love that, at least here, dare not speak its name, the love that knows no numbers and no boundaries.
Three glimpses at what's wrong, and what could be right: a cry against the misuse of religion, distorted by society and bigotry into discrimination, instead of being free to be what, well, the author thinks, it should really mean: the path towards acceptance and unconditional love.
I really enjoyed the first two of the stories in this book. The language in the third was too formal for me, and I gave up (maybe it was just too late at night). The book make me curious about other work by this author.