Today, the majestic walls of court and government rooms are ringing with concerns of how to deal with the constitutionality of same sex marriage, gays in the military, and civil unions. Homosexuals are the most prejudged Americans today, and although many disagree with them having the same rights of heterosexuals, the validity of their love is drastically overlooked. There are many actresses and actors like Ellen Degeneres and Neil Patrick Harris that openly show the world that love transcends sexual preferences. Switching Sides explores how gay men and women love and why it is sincere as heterosexuals in marriages and relationships, perhaps even more faithful. In addition, it painfully conveys how many gay men and women are afraid to share their preferences because they would feel embarrassed and ostracized by family and society. Switching Sides gives a realistic understanding of how gay people live and only their sexual preference is what separates them, while their love strengthens them.
This gives a somewhat fair balanced perspective from those who don't entirely approve of homosexuality.
I felt like the narrator was yelling a bit, but other than that, it was worth the read.
Would you consider the audio edition of Switching Sides to be better than the print version?
I would consider the audio edition over the print version because the audio version seemed more persuasive and concise.