Alone in the Trenches: My Life as a Gay Man in the NFL

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Sourcebooks, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 281 pages
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An honest, moving in-depth first-peron account, Esera Tuaolo's story is rife with heartbreak and, ultimately, hope. It is an inspirational story by a Samoan immigrant who won an American football scholarship to Oregon State and played in the NFL. Yet Esera carried an agonising secret: that he was gay.

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Review: Alone in the Trenches: My Life as a Gay Man in the NFL

User Review  - Margaret Behr - Goodreads

Alone in the Trenches provides an in-depth look into being a closeted NFL player. Tuaolo openly talks about his experiences as a player and his struggles to align his true identity with his ... Read full review

Review: Alone in the Trenches: My Life as a Gay Man in the NFL

User Review  - Often Partisan - Goodreads

Maybe more of a 2.5/5. I think that I should say that I have no interest in the NFL. I only read this book because of the homosexuality element, and even then as a rule I don't read sports ... Read full review

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The Torments of Success
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God Bless My Daddy
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Baby Fridge
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