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How do you accept yourself and your beliefs when they differ from your family's? Hartzler's memoir of growing up gay in a house where his parents believed the Rapture could happen any moment is funny, honest, and respectful of the idea that being yourself doesn't mean disrespecting or undermining others.
In this memoir, Aaron Hartzler recounts his Christian evangelical upbringing; that means no TV, no movies, no drinking and no dating. As Aaron begins to discover who he is, he must also navigate the expectations of his very conservative family, and the larger community.