“I just want you to know – it doesn’t matter how you got here. Because when you are loved, accepted, then everything else becomes secondary.”
WHEN sixteen year old Trehan Sinha learns an explosive truth about his birth his world is shattered. Everything known and familiar is snatched away and he embarks on a search for his mother. Grappling with pain, confusion and anger he doesn’t realize what he is looking for is right beside him.
A book that shatters gender stereotypes with the question: Can a father also be a mother? Taking a close look at every preconceived notion you might have, DAD and I pushes boundaries to show that right and wrong are wholly dependent on our perception of the truth.