IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL: A Book About Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex, and Sexual Health

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Illustrator Emberley (Welcome Back, Sun, 1993, etc.) has teamed up with Harris (Hot Henry, 1987, etc.) to present more ethnic and sexual diversity than New York City's Rainbow Curriculum ever bargained for as they battle all concepts non-PC: They take swings at ageism (``People have sexual intercourse well into old age'') and at homophobia in the military (pointing out that, in ancient Sparta, it ... Read full review

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It's one thing to present factual truths concerning the human body and it's changes as one grows from a child to an adult. It's quite another to represent those who disagree with homosexuality as ignorant fearmongers who simply just don't know any better. Those of us who refute the homosexual lifestyle as 'normal' do so from biblical teachings that go back to the beginning of humanity, not from ignorance or fear. Please, if you're going to present material for the purpose of an individual making up their own mind, do so with the truth, and not the promotion of your own agendas. 

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