Defying Gay Gravity

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Defying Gay Gravity

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


Gordi Maxton knows he’s different. In fact, he’s known for a long time now.

As if dealing with regular teenage hang-ups and drama isn’t enough, this 13-year-old boy is struggling to live his life. Period. With middle school graduation just hours away, Gordi has to decide whether or not he’s ready to tell the people in his life that he’s gay.

All he wants to do is feel free, to live on the outside how he feels on the inside. Seems a simple concept in theory, but faced with his final walk across the stage to accept his certificate of middle-school graduation he has one final decision to make.

Choosing to be who you are, despite the odds, is what defying gay gravity is all about.

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Weight.24 kg
Dimensions20.5 x 12.6 x .9 cm

3 reviews for Defying Gay Gravity

  1. 5 out of 5


    I tore it open and didn't stop until I was finished reading. I was amazed and inspired. I was clearly reading a very important book. One that undoubtedly will inspire those in the midst of understanding their sexuality- but also, those like me, who were able to find my own (unique) personal struggles within the pages- though the issues may have been different, learning to love oneself is universally important. I laughed and I cried. I was moved. Thank you.
  2. 5 out of 5


    Reading "Defying Gay Gravity" written by Greg Kentris. This book is about a teens struggle to come out of the closet and tell people who he really was. I'll admit that I knew that I would like this book, knowing the author but I didn't expect it to have a huge impact. I assumed that because I was NOT gay that I would get the book to a point and that maybe I wouldn't understand it as well. I was wrong for the fact that the book is about finding yourself, loving yourself, dealing with rejection and moving forward which are struggles ALL people face, thus showing us that gay people are NOT different from us at all...we all face the need to be accepted and loved. Well Done Greg, Im blown away. I will be purchasing more and more books!
  3. 5 out of 5


    I just finished reading "Defying Gay Gravity" and I needed to post a review right away. How I feel is hard to put into words but I think the best way to sum it up is "changed"! This book made me laugh, with its sarcasm, cry, with its raw emotion, and become empathetic and understanding to their quest to just be themselves both inside and out.Your way of writing had my attention from beginning to end and I can't wait for your next book to come out.I wish you nothing but the best on your journey to educate the world.I also can't wait to share this amazing text with my students as it will be an amazing catalyst for discussions in my room.

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