A loveable story about self-acceptance and Tory (because Tory is the shit).
So basically it's about this kid realizing that not everyone is judging him based on him being gay, and even if they are, he shouldn't give a shit.
This kid pretended to be straight because he didn't want people to judge him.
It's also about the same kid who falling in love with this other cute kid, but cute kid 1 pretends he's not gay and cute kid 2 thinks they're both straight and learning about this gay stuff together.
And in the end, I wanted some serious weiner action, and there wasn't, at least none I got to read about. And I'm all pent up because I really wanted some more action at the end.
For realz though, sweet book.