I'm not certain if you were aware, but JUNE is National LGBT Pride Month.
Now, whether you directly celebrate it because you count yourself among the numbers or you simply have friends (*raises hand*) or family that do, it matters not for the celebration is to take "positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people to promote their self-affirmation, dignity, equality rights, increase their visibility as a social group, build community, and celebrate sexual diversity and gender variance". So, spread the word, the love, the knowledge and the acceptance....it goes a LONG way.
No, really...are you ready?
Keep your mind open and digest the following....
....are you still there?
Now, just take it all in.
What are your thoughts? Even at this early stage, I'm sure there's a myriad of questions, answers and more coursing through your mind. I know they were through mine.
If you're still willing to give it a shot, take a look beyond the title, or even to perhaps discover the purpose of it's abrasive use, read on my friend, read on.....
Harold Blue Publishing
About the book....
Aaron Garrett is many things in life: he is a son, a friend, a student, and caring boyfriend to his lovely girlfriend Leigh Ann. In these roles, he is kind, hardworking, smart, loving, dedicated, and considerate. At Jefferson High School, he is a leader, a football star, and well-respected by his peers. Aaron’s life is perfectly on track, he is pursuing a college scholarship and hopeful for the future, except for just one thing: Aaron Garrett is gay. When a former child star from Aaron’s small Southern town saturates the national media after making homophobic comments, Aaron’s life is turned upside down as supporters rally around the sentiments. Social media attention begins to swell nationally and locally until it begins to eat away at every part of Aaron’s existence.