The book is a journey Gaye and her son Lucas, began together in his early teens. The conversations were taken from a span of around eight years, so some are quite naive and others...well, not. Gaye and Lucas, put some tricky topics on the table addressing them openly and honestly. The book answers some very personal and potentially embarrassing questions with a positive sensitivity and a good dose of common sense. The book is not only for teens dealing with the possibility of being gay, it is also for other young people going through puberty where there seems to be an inbuilt curiosity about homosexuality and experimentation with same gender sex is not unusual. In any case, TEEN QUEERIES will prove to be an informative, interesting read for teens, their parents, friends, teachers, coaches and anyone else who has a teen queerie in their life...and for those of us that are just curious.
What people are saying - Write a review
How do I know if I am gay or bisexual?
How can I meet other guys?
How do gay guys have sex?
What about online dating sites?
adult age of consent anal sex Australia behaviour bestiality bisexual brains of gay bullying butch casual sex certainly chatting choose comfortable condom consent laws dating sites decide describes males didn’t disease embarrass enjoy face-to-face feel felt friendship gay and straight Gay boys gay guys gay scene gay teen girlfriend guess Health Protection Agency heard heterosexual High school HIV and AIDS homosexuality hormones immune system infected with HIV ISBN kind living with HIV/AIDS look lose your virginity males or females meet someone mutual masturbation never newly infected older guys open relationships oral sex parents partner person PMID Polyamoury pretty probably puberty question realised Remember Retrieved October safe seemed sexual assault sexual orientation sexual preference sodomy sure talk teen queerie tell my family tell my friends thing thought told tranny trans gender transsexual transvestite Vilain women wondered