Krista Doyle grew up in a small town in Louisiana where everyone was a gossip and a devout church goer. She attended church every Sunday where she listened to her grandfather preach from the stage, where she sang hymns from the audience as her mother led the choir, and where she was strictly taught that everything was black and white, right and wrong. So - how was Krista to cope with being a lesbian?
©2014 Krista Doyle (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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The author grew up in a small town in Louisiana; I grew up in a small town in Virginia. Religion was a huge deal in her hometown, as it was in mine. She lost friends and family members in her life after she came out; though I didn't lose anyone close, friends avoided me and certain family member's shoulders became a lot colder when I announced that I was bi.
However I found more to this short little audiobook than it being relatable. I found a truth and a poignancy to this audio that spoke to me beyond the level of shared experience. This would also be a primer to girls (or boys I guess) on finding and dealing with their sexual identity. Major recommend on this one.
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