BOOK: Chasing the Rainbow by Kade Boehme

GOODREADS: ‘Bobby Gugino realized he may have met the man of his dreams in Jody Olsen, only neither of them were gay, so far as Bobby knew. But when Jody came out and ended his marriage, Bobby’s entire worldview was skewed, and his own health issues lead to his own coming out. Fast forward four years and Bobby runs into Jody again, but Bobby may be too busy making up for lost time to see how great they are together.’


If you are looking for a very light read, this is it! There’s no too much drama, no sudden twist, no surprise just romance between two guys who came out late in life, trying to figure out how to look for their own rainbow in this multi colored world.

  • Now I found you and fuck the rainbow. It’s like I’m walking into the sun. The sun makes the rainbows so the way I see it, that’s better. I’m just scared and I need you.
  • You’re allowed to be scared, Bob. But I got you . . . Okay? I love you. It’s me and you.
  • I’ve got all I need with you. Home, babe. You give me a home.


BOOK: What if it’s us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

Okay, so you’ve probably guessed that I’m into books that talks or exposes LGBT. Right? It’s just that there are countless, hundreds or thousands of books about homosexual love but not enough LGBT love to spread. So when I usually see one, I grab the opportunity and read something fun and fresh.
This is definitely a light read. I have to admit, I have not read a single book from the two authors (but they are definitely on my list). It’s not a stunningly oozing with love but I enjoyed the book. 😀
Some noteworthy lines from the book:
  • I guess that is every relationship. You start with nothing and maybe end with everything.
  • I believe in love at first sight. Fate, the universe, all of it. But not how you’re thinking. I don’t mean it in the our souls were split and you’re my other half forever and ever sort of way. I just think you’re meant to meet some people. I think the universe nudges them into your path.
  • But what if the story should quit while it’s ahead?” “How do you know unless you give the story another chance?
  • I just need more time with me, I think. To really believe in my worth without anyone’s help.
  • Arthur, the universe just got the ball rolling,’ he says. ‘We made us happen.
  • ‘I’m just going to live in the moment. That’s the only way to see where we end up.
  • But maybe this isn’t how life works. Maybe it’s all about people coming into your life for a little while and you take what they give you and use it on your next friendship or relationship. And if you’re lucky, maybe some people pop back in after you thought they were gone for good.
  • You’re never a bad idea.
  • Being with you already is perfect.
  • I like disasters.
  • You’re going to have a lifetime of moments
  • We’re home to each other.
  • Everything means so much more because of all the hoops we jumped through, right?


I love the relationship of ben and dylan! AND, I love Dylan — he’s extremely funny and witty and just overall best companion – where you won’t actually get bored, and may probably be the top best friend there is. I adore and envy the relationship of Ben with his parents. His parents are so chill they can talk about their dates and relationships and just joke around about anything and likely everything. PLUS, I want a boy whose face lights up when they see me. I want someone who gets nervous going on a date with me because they simply don’t want to mess things up, who plans for the date and are just extremely happy just to be with me.


Third book for 2018. ❤


Goodreads: Seventeen-year-old Molly Peskin-Suso knows all about unrequited love—she’s lived through it twenty-six times. She crushes hard and crushes often, but always in secret. Because no matter how many times her twin sister, Cassie, tells her to woman up, Molly can’t stomach the idea of rejection. So she’s careful. Fat girls always have to be careful.

Then a cute new girl enters Cassie’s orbit, and for the first time ever, Molly’s cynical twin is a lovesick mess. Meanwhile, Molly’s totally not dying of loneliness—except for the part where she is. Luckily, Cassie’s new girlfriend comes with a cute hipster-boy sidekick. Will is funny and flirtatious and just might be perfect crush material. Maybe more than crush material. And if Molly can win him over, she’ll get her first kiss and she’ll get her twin back. 

There’s only one problem: Molly’s coworker Reid. He’s an awkward Tolkien superfan with a season pass to the Ren Faire, and there’s absolutely no way Molly could fall for him. Right?

  • This tiny thread connecting me to a total stranger, it’s the kind of thing that makes the universe feel smaller.
  • I wish I were the kind of person who knows how to fill a silence.
  • But that’s the thing I’m most afraid  of. Not mattering.. Existing in a world that doesn’t care who I am.
  • My heartbeat is probably making those giant zigzags.
  • Fun exists wherever you make it.
  • Sometimes that’s just what happens. People grow apart.
  • There’s something really badass about truly, honestly not caring about what people think about you.
  • We like who we like. Who cares if someone doesn’t get it? That’s a good thing. Less competition.
  • I don’t think my heart wants to stay in my chest.
  • I am entirely made of butterflies.
  • Change is fucking hard. It’s fucking tragic. Change can go fuck itself. Because that’s the thing about change. It’s so painfully normal. It’s the most basic of all tragedies.
  • But you know, there’s an upside there. Because when you spend so much time just intensely wanting something — and then you actually get it? It’s magic. It’s butterflies and haziness and heart eyes, but underneath all that .. there’s this bass line of I can’t believe this. I can’t believe this is me. I can’t quite articulate the sweetness of that feeling. It’s finding out the door you were banging on is finally unlocked. 


It’s my second book for the year and it awakened my high school and college memories.


Goodreads: Sixteen-year-old Sana Kiyohara has too many secrets. Some are small, like how it bothers her when her friends don’t invite her to parties. Some are big, like that fact that her father may be having an affair. And then there’s the one that she can barely even admit to herself—the one about how she might have a crush on her best friend.

When Sana and her family move to California she begins to wonder if it’s finally time for some honesty, especially after she meets Jamie Ramirez. Jamie is beautiful and smart and unlike anyone Sana’s ever known. There are just a few problems: Sana’s new friends don’t trust Jamie’s crowd; Jamie’s friends clearly don’t want her around anyway; and a sweet guy named Caleb seems to have more-than-friendly feelings for her. Meanwhile, her dad’s affair is becoming too obvious to ignore anymore.

Sana always figured that the hardest thing would be to tell people that she wants to date a girl, but as she quickly learns, telling the truth is easy… what comes after it, though, is a whole lot more complicated.

Some of my favorite lines from the movie:

  • With a face like your favorite love song and a body like fireworks on the fourth of july
  • People think they’re unique, but they’re really stereotypes. It’s just the way they are. They want to be in a group and they’ll sacrifice their individuality to fit in.
  • From Sana’s mom: I can want all kinds of things for you, but I only know that you can do your best. I am teaching you to see the world the way it is, not the way you want it to be. That’s my job.
  • Everyone – even an ugly oyster – has the power and beauty inside. But sometimes they keep it a secret. and sometimes it takes patience to find it.
  • If you’re nobody together with someone, doesn’t that make you a somebody? At least to each other? that can’t be bad right?
  • While I stand there with my heart bang-bang-booming like a bass drum.
  • Feeling like I’m going to levitate and float away in a pink cotton candy cloud.
  • Find your stride. Find a good pace and stick with it.
  • Anything for you, doll.
  • Because the reality is that life can be hard, and awful and sometimes all you can do is keep working at it. But there’s hope. There’s a future together.
  • GAMAN – it’s about stepping up and choosing which hardship you endure. And enduring it with grace because of something important, like honor or family or something important.
  • My heart is her home. ❤

One,  I can never understand how sana’s mom can endure that pain everyday. If you are looking for a light read that also tackles racism, judgement and stereotyping and love from all sorts of gender.


GOODREADS: Rafe is a normal teenager from Boulder, Colorado. He plays soccer. He’s won skiing prizes. He likes to write.

And, oh yeah, he’s gay. He’s been out since 8th grade, and he isn’t teased, and he goes to other high schools and talks about tolerance and stuff. And while that’s important, all Rafe really wants is to just be a regular guy. Not that GAY guy. To have it be a part of who he is, but not the headline, every single time.

So when he transfers to an all-boys’ boarding school in New England, he decides to keep his sexuality a secret — not so much going back in the closet as starting over with a clean slate. But then he sees a classmate break down. He meets a teacher who challenges him to write his story. And most of all, he falls in love with Ben . . . who doesn’t even know that love is possible.



And please don’t be a hypocrite and tell me – I do. “It doesn’t matter to me if I’m popular or not”. Because you do – It’s our highest form of need, Belongingness. It may be not as life consuming goal for others, but you do. But in that road to belongingness, sometimes we lose ourselves, we lose sight of who we are – because what we actually want is to be ACCEPTED AS WE ARE, NO PRETENSIONS, NO JUDGMENTS – JUST YOU.

  1. I was thinking about how snakes shed their skin every year, and how awesome it would be if people did that too.
  2. Then I did a little dance, because you gotta dance when you get into the zone.
  3. I had always wondered what it would be like to be at the top of the food chain
  4. We’re all out of place in our own way.
  5. Can we know others if we don’t know ourselves?
  6. What do you think we gain by writing about ourselves?
  7. I want to be entirely label-free
  8. Wouldn’t it be nice to live in the world where no one thought that being gay was even something to ride someone about?
  9. It’s not exactly a bucket of ice cream to be different around here.
  10. Stay strong. Don’t ever let that light flicker out, because your situation, it’s not ever going to be easy, and it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better.
  11. And perhaps, the best answer is not to tolerate differences, not even to accept them. but to celebrate them. Maybe then those who are different would feel more loved, and less, well, tolerated.
  12. I got this amusement park feeling in my stomach.



  1. Hey, you’re gonna be a rock star, rafe.
  2. I could show up one day as Lady Gaga dressed as Little Red Riding Hood and Mom would say, “How was your day honey?
  3. Rafe’s parents playing along his front of being straight.
  4. Upon leaving for school: “get a boyfriend”.
  5. If she would see us, she would even probably be teaching us the right to do. (in bed)
  6. Rafe’s parents throwing him a party for finally coming out of the closet.
  7. Welcoming rafe home for thanksgiving and preparing a tofu pig.



  1. Mind vs Body. Since your mind is telling your body what to do, then are you your mind?
  2. Acceptance vs Tolerance
  3. Poeple often mistreat you or label it as wrong when you change – and that change was not witnessed.
  4. Agape vs Eros
  5. Nothing that comes from love could ever be wrong.



One fine saturday, no. its a one great saturday — we didn’t have our leadership class. Yayy! Back to the start, One Great Sunny Saturday, we met with Jes and Kuci.

10675636_10152904133693720_571102653991331458_nIts a Rainbow Colored Table full of Pinks and Purples! It was nice meeting you both! :)) And everything was clear.



So I came across what Bill Clinton said: 

All of America loses when any person is denied or forced out of a job because of sexual orientation.Being gay, the last time I thought about it, seemed to have nothing to do with reading a book, fix a broken bone or change a plug.

A person’s sexual preference has nothing to do with one’s attitudes, values, skills and abilities. Why deny them the mere happiness of being with someone just because they have the same sex? I don’t really see anything wrong with that. 

I studied in an All Girl’s School and have so much experience in this area. I have a lot of friends who are lesbians or bisexuals – and some of them really has the biggest heart and the fattest brains. 



I was really a fan of these two back in Highschool. They were the ”cool” ones but were not afraid to be all cute together. 


I practically spent most of my breaks with them in College and they were the happiest – go lucky persons you can always drag to anywhere. 


One of my closest friends in HS. The partner of my bestfriend. 


Everyone was pretty much bisexual in their teen years. and these are just some of them. And I wouldn’t exchange my LGBT Friends since HS. 🙂 But for you to relate more, a list of some of the famous Gay people: 

1. Drew Barrymore


And she says, she’s had numerous affairs with women and will continue to do so. “Do I like women sexually? Yes, I do. Totally,” Jane Pratt, the former editor of Jane magazine says she and Drew Barrymore had sex.

I think a woman and a woman coming together are beautiful just as a man and a woman together are beautiful. – well said, Drew. 

2. Ellen Degeneres and 3. Portia de Rossi


Need I say more? Ellen and Portia got married last 2008. 

4. Nelly Furtado


Asked if she is ever attracted to women, the “Promiscuous” singer replied: “Absolutely. Women are beautiful and sexy.

5. Laurel Holloman


I just feel like when you fall in love you can’t help who you fall in love with. You love who you love; it just is what it is.

– This is exactly how I think. You never choose who you fall in love with. It’s not like, Oh He’s a guy, I should fall in love with him. It’s not. You fall for a person, no matter what gender he/she is because of who she/he is.