Shirts & Skin

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Alyson Publications, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 296 pages
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When his high school gym teacher divided the class into two teams, Shirts and Skins, for a game of touch football, Tim Miller knew "I was always going to be on the team where the boys took their clothes off and got close to each other". In this revealing, humorous, frequently sexy memoir, Miller, one of the famed NEA Four, looks at some of the major events that have shaped his life: the growth of his first pubic hair, becoming the love slave of a John Travolta look-alike, shopping for a dog, deciding whether to take the HIV antibody test, and searching for the perfect soul mate.

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I feel SO lucky to have found and read this book. It makes me feel historical, supported, inspired and proud. LOVE IT!!!! Read full review

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