Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay and Christian in America - Chapter Five, 1962-1964, Learning to Tell the Truth Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Five, 1962-1964, Learning to Tell the Truth Summary and Analysis

Lyla and White got married days after White's return from his choir tour and his complex relationship with Ted. Despite his conflicted feelings, White was excited. He tells the reader that he does not think he played a cruel trick on Lyla because he honestly loved (and loves) her and wanted to be with her forever. White was scared about performing sexually but he could do so with the help of complex fantasies. While on their honeymoon, White met an attractive Frenchman that made him feel overwhelmed with guilt as a result of his attractions. But he was determined to fight his lusts as hard as possible.

When they returned from their honeymoon, Lyla went to school to get her education degree and White pursued his communications...

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