Hiding Gay

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 25, 2010 - Social Science - 84 pages
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My first thought when I decided to write my memoirs was to expose a bias and prejudice judge. I wanted to tell all the public reading this book how he used his personal life experience against me because I am gay. While investigating some of the facts relating to my lawsuit, against my former employer, I discovered the judge let it be known his first marriage ended because his ex-wife is gay. Then I realized I would be as vengeful as the judge and I do not want to become that person. Furthermore, my story is not about losing a trial, and it is not about a vengeful judge. What it is about is bigotry, hatred, and prejudice. It is about human beings growing up in an era when no one could not be the person they are in their own skin. Unfortunately, this condition still exists and breeds today.
 

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Contents

Dedication
7
Acknowledgments
9
Prologue
11
Chapter 1
13
Chapter 2
16
Chapter 3
19
Chapter 4
22
Chapter 5
26
Chapter 8
42
Chapter 9
47
Chapter 10
52
Chapter 11
58
Chapter 12
64
Chapter 13
68
Chapter 14
73
About The Author
83

Chapter 6
29
Chapter 7
37

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About the author (2010)

John Peter Vaglica was raised in Newton, Massachusetts. He has a Certification in Human Resources Management from Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts. He also holds a Masters Certification in Program Management from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The author and his partner Kirk Holland have been together seven years now. They reside in The Woodlands, Texas.

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