Generation Queer: A Gay Man's Quest for Hope, Love, and Justice
Coming to terms with being gay in this society can be a stressful and lonely experience. Drawing on his own journey, Bob Paris' new book is designed to encourage gays to be proud of who they are.
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Paris, the author of four physical fitness books and coauthor of Straight from the Heart (LJ 1/94), with his former partner, Rod Jackson-Paris, is now 37 and sees himself on the cusp between baby ... Read full review
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