Red, White & Royal Blue - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Casey McQuiston
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Alex cannot stop thinking about the kiss as he starts his last semester. Henry had left immediately after kissing him and has since not responded to his calls and texts. He begins to question his sexuality, thinking of how he never considered himself gay but had also fantasized about men, and had even made out with his high school best friend Liam on occasion, but had chalked that up to teenage hormones. He thinks about the expectations the media has for the White House Trio, and how he is meant to be the heart throb that women are meant to adore. Alex thinks about how hard it is already to be half-Mexican and that being gay would complicate that even further, particularly as he does not want to endanger his mother's reelection campaign.

In an attempt to occupy his mind, Alex begs to begin...

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