Balancing Act: South African Gay and Lesbian Youth Speak Out
New Africa Books, 2005 - Psychology - 80 pages
In Balancing act: South African gay and lesbian youth speak out, twenty one young gay and lesbian South Africans from a wide range of social backgrounds speak candidly about their experiences, hopes and dreams.
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