Being Gay in America is a riveting and thought-provoking memoir that sheds light on the complexities of being gay in a society marked by prejudice and discrimination. James Lowery’s storytelling is gripping, his reflections profound, and his message one of hope and resilience. This book is a testament to the power of personal narratives in fostering understanding, acceptance, and love. It is a must-read for anyone seeking insight into the LGBTQ experience and the triumph of the human spirit. – Amazon Review
Being Gay in America is not easy. Despite Christianity’s negative perspective from childhood to society’s deviant view of gay American men and LGBTQ in general, our spiritual lives have breathlessly thrived despite them. LGBTQ spirituality heralds more love, less hate.
This book is about the struggles and ultimate cherishing of one’s sexuality and how it makes each of us a stronger, better person within our families and in raising children. Gays are free to successfully create their own romance, meaning of love and family.
About the Author
James Lowery is a writer of non-fiction, fiction, poetry and essays. A graduate of St. Louis University with a B.A in English and Communications, Mr. Lowery spends much of his time writing books, blogging and scripting for online videos. As an adventure, he traveled by car coast-to-coast immediately after graduation absorbing all the beauty and wonders of America. He has lived in 5 states in the U.S. including Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Florida. Truly a nomad, when wanderlust hits him, he could very well show up in a city near you.