This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
These thirteen tales, all dealing with gay Mormon men, tell the stories mainstream Mormons don't want to hear. Whether it is a young LDS man stripping to his Mormon underwear in public or a virginal 70-year-old finally giving in to temptation, a straight son who discovers his father kissing another man or a group who plots to put gays into positions of power within the Church, these are the stories too shameful or shocking to be told among traditional Saints.
Midwest Book Review calls Mormon Underwear "a fascinating collection with plenty to think about for gay studies and literature collections."
Why did iTunes permit such disrespectful books?
How is it that iTunes and Apple, such respected company, dare to permit such a book to be in its ranks? I have not read it, but from the description I see that it not only tell lies as it tries to debase my religion! If I was a publisher I would never permit a book that preaches lies about any religion to be printed or sold in my company, I am a apple fun for many years, but seeing this book on my search when I was looking for the term "Mormon" made me feel sad for what your company is becoming. Please take this book out of sales! We Mormons have always given due respect to all religions and we would like to be respected in the same way.