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Jessica has announced that she is gay. Soon little jokes become vicious attacks. Ramie must decide if she will stand by Jessica or turn her back on a friend in need.
Jessica LeCroix drops a bomb on her best friend, Ramie: “I’m a lesbian.” Ramie Grant cannot believe her ears. Jess!? Her best friend, her teammate…a homosexual?
Before long other girls on the basketball team find out, and little jokes become vicious attacks. In the end, Ramie must decide if she will stand by Jessica’s side or turn her back on a friend in need.
The tenth book in the teen fiction series TrueColors, Bright Purple examines the subjects of sexuality, identity, and forgiveness. Includes discussion questions.
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For all of you who are saying that being gay is a choice and homosexuals are choosing to sin, you may want to practice some more compassion. I am a straight Christian, and I don't believe that homosexuality is what God wanted for us, but I do believe that those victim of this lifestyle can't help feeling the way they do. The devil himself is responsible for confusing their minds, and we are only helping him when we treat homosexuals coldly. We, as Christians, must love them unconditionally. They never chose to be that way.
9/10/2011 4:51:30 PM
I Disagree With Just About Everything In This Book, And It Was My Least Favorite Of The Series. 1. There Is Nothing Wrong At All With Being Homosexual.
2. They Do Get 'Picked On' But Not Like They Suggest In This Book
3. Gay Guys Are Not Like 'Oh My Gosh, Did You See Her Shoes?!'
4. All The Lesbians In The Book Are 'Butch'.
You Can Still Be Homosexual And Be A Christian
1/13/2008 10:40:00 PM
God gave you what he gave you because it's the inside that counts. No one is perfect or has at least one imperfection on the outside and many in the inside. you could be the moon and be jealous of the stars <3
4/30/2007 4:25:00 PM
everyone is born in sin
hi ppl, jst wanna say i belive homosexuals when they say they were born that way coz we were ALL born in sin. it's just that we sin in diffrent ways. some ppl's sin is theft, some ppl's is lying, some ppl's is homosexuality. i dnt fink homosexuality nds 2b given the special status we give it among sins. a married person who commits adultery is in need of as much forgiveness as a homosexual, so is som1 who lies etc. that's why i dnt understand when gay ppl wanna be pastors. we know that aan adulterer or a bank robber can't b a pastor, he needs to get saved n stop doing those things 1st. but then gay ppl want the right to have that sin overlooked by the church. all sin needs to b dealt with, therez enuff powr in the Name of Jesus to change any person, itz jst that most ppl dnt have wot it takes to pay the price in prayr n therefore think it cnt b done. but do u guys knw that some christians belive the ANTICHRIST WILL BE GAY??? read daniel 11v37. i guess it's open to interpretation.
3/31/2007 11:11:00 AM
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To Bree: every person that i've heard that says the part about being homosexual is tweaked-are usually homosexuals. the problem is that because the bible does not condone their lifestyle they want to throw a fit. God spoke about sexual immorality in General. He never said a man should leave his parents and become one with his husband-he said wife.
3/2/2007 4:18:00 PM