A hilariously moving and inspirational memoir of a girl with two gay dads, navigating her way through life with joy, love, gratitude, and an excellent sense of humor.
As the daughter of two gay fathers in the 90s, Chelsea has always had a different outlook than some people. And yet, her message is one of universal importance - love is the most important force in the world. Through her moving and at times hilarious memoir, Chelsea reflects on how we are all much more similar than we are different.
Living "two doors down from normal," Chelsea quickly learned that society loves to put people in boxes, but these boxes do not always reflect how we feel about ourselves. Through Inexplicably Me
, Chelsea works to bring people together in love and acceptance and to illustrate that, while her story may seem worlds away from others, we all strive for happiness and love.
From sharing the stage with President Obama when she was only eighteen years old, to her father spending her senior year of college in federal prison camp, to her biological mother dying of cancer when she was only 56, Chelsea explores her painful and joyful experiences with the hope that readers will find inspiration to face their own challenges and embrace their own joys. Inexplicably Me
is a bridge for those who fear what they don't understand, as well as a possibility for those who have lacked love in their lives to see how they can start to access their self-worth, begin achieving their dreams, and start loving themselves again. Most of all, it is a reminder that everyone will have an opinion about who you are supposed to be, but you, and only you, get to decide exactly who it is you want to be.Author:
Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban WächterPublisher:
8.43h x 5.43w x 0.79dISBN:
About the Author
Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban Wächter is a writer, speaker, and advocate who was raised by two incredible dads. Chelsea has advocated for the LGBTQ+ community since she was in high school, using her story as a platform to spread love and tolerance. In 2010, at just 17 years old, she was voted one of the "Top Fifteen LGBT Activists in the Los Angeles area" by Frontiers Magazine.