A book about “daring to be”

November 10, 2013 by Caroline Tuchscherer (Amazon, Goodreads) | 5 stars

Reading this novel sheds light on a reality about the pressure men face when aging surfaces and more viciously, when their sexual needs are not traditional. In other words, through the main character, it becomes evident that there are men out there who have so called “perversions“, who are nevertheless not crooks, and who are also loving and sensitive. Being different is condemned not only by society but also by loved ones, products of conventional thinking. It is important to realize that there we are all different and that for some, fitting in the mold is impossible. We should learn not to judge, but to accept differences. What is also fascinating in this book is that once the main character meets women who accept him entirely for who he is, he feels loved, which even helps him out of alcoholism. Love heals!

Going back to basics on a different matrix. An eye-opener for some…

A fun book to read, and at the same time, very deep.

Wayne is a Montreal based writer, editor and translator.

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