This book is a hard read.
It’s a hard read on many levels.
They say the things most worth doing are the most difficult. Reading Joseph Sciambra’s Disordered fits into that category.
We have a serious problem with a nakedess in our society today.
As a people, we seem to view our own nudity with a rather polarized mindset, not unlike the way we view our politics.
It is often said that the thing which most distinguishes a writer is his voice.
Of course, in literature that is used to describe the way up particular author writes and gets his ideas across to his readers.
However, for Kyle Hamilton Barr, "voice" takes on a whole new meaning.
That is why, for Christ's sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.
2 Corinthians 12:10
So, this is my first shot at writing a book review.
I recently had the pleasure of reading Donald Dorman's Then I am Strong.
Although this is not strictly a book about same-sex attraction, Dorman does touch on a lot of issues regarding the development of masculinity and the things that can stunt it's growth. Even by the very title, Dorman alludes to the very essential male question of strength.