I think this premise could possibly be executed well, but due to negative reviews I've read I think I'm going to stay away from this. I think that "reverse discrimination" books might seem like they have good intentions, but often they just get offensive instead. And from what I've read, apparently that's what happens with this book. It doesn't sound like it truly conveys an understanding of LGBTQ issues, plus I've read that it doesn't even take bisexuals or transexuals into account, which is a big problem. So yeah ... no.