A memoir about family, faith, and unconditional love
“Mom, I think I’m gay.”
When Maja comes out to her mom, Mary tells her daughter she loves her and will support her. But Mary soon discovers that protecting her daughter from pain and rejection will not always be possible.
As she faces conflict within her own family, among her friends, and in her church, Mary relies on her faith and her belief in justice. Eventually she becomes an advocate for more love and inclusion in the Lutheran church, the state of Minnesota, and the wider world.