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  • By Benben . on April 9, 2014

    Today's youth are so confused, parents don't talk to their children, teachers don't talk about this stuff but kids are exposed to it on TV, in music, movies and books and they don't know what to think. I believe that if you are gay you know it even though you might not understand it. I also see how it's confusing for a lot of boys who don't see it as something bad but aren't sure exactly what it is. This book does a wonderful job explaining those strange feelings all of us get at one time or another. I think every home that has a young boy in it should have this book and a parent should read it to him and talk about it. I think it's valuable for the parent and the child. It really is a well written book with a simple explanation. It's a great way to open up a dialogue with your child.

  • By Krysi Joseph aka boekverslaafde on April 17, 2014

    I thought the idea of the book & the message was pretty good & explained well. The father instills the message 'It's ok if you're gay' to his son...numerous times. When the son proclaims he is not gay, the father reassures him the thoughts/unexpected physical responses that happen to the son are all normal & happen to everyone at some point in their lives. All of that is a great message to send to our children. The technical way he describes what happens/brain responses are a bit too hard to follow & confusing at times. This book seems geared towards young preteen-aged kids, and I think those things should have been explained in a different way, to help them understand better. Other than that, I think it's a great book and a great message to send to our youth of today.

  • By Lee on March 7, 2012

    This little book shows its audience several lessons - about name-calling, about being different, showing affection, and keeping a line of communication between parents and children about important stuff. It's non-judgmental, uses simple and G-rated language (no swearing, no physical intimacy or violence here), and is illustrated in full color in this Kindle edition. The title sounds like it could be anti-gay; however, name-calling and homophobia are immediately tackled as hurtful practices. Overall, this is a great story for kids to show them that "gay" shouldn't be a put-down or a cause for bullying and that it's not "gay" to hug your friends. This book may prove helpful for some adults, too.

  • By Angela Gregory on February 28, 2013

    This is an easy read, entertaining, and uplifting. If parents acted like the dad in this book, the world's children would be so much more happier and well adjusted. The way things were explained was clear and succinct, and I already understood much of it, but what I didn't was eye-opening and wonderful to learn. Support this author!

  • By Guest on March 13, 2013

    As many reviewers said, it is a good book to help comfort andcalm some of the stress and confusion that teens have aboutsexuality and what it all means. Good explanations thatmake sense without going into too much brain chemistry, physiologicalresponses, etc.My only question/confusion thing was "What's with the fruit heads?"Why not human being heads? That I don't get.Good story though.

  • By Freckles on May 5, 2017

    I cant even. The characters... I just...I Can't take it seriously! Lol!Anyway, good message. I was bored and decided to read it. Again, good message.

  • By OmLz on August 13, 2014

    It will be of help for young parents and it shows that sexual education it's more a parents' stuff than a school stuff.

  • By BOND AMF on February 6, 2018

    Pure savageness. This book is savage.Also it didnt toucha my spaghet so thats good.


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