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How to Be Gay
by David Leddick

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Many guide books have been written for gay men - whether they are about sex, family or lifestyle. But how does one manage to be gay with poise and confidence? If anyone has the answer to this question, it's probably David Leddick: he has been a self confident gay man for some decades now. He was friends with Quentin Crisp, and he was a chorus dancer for Maria Callas. Today, Leddick is some kind of an ambassador of gay life. "How to Be Gay" is wise and witty - and none of the essential questions remains unanswered.
Filthy Remarks.: 444 Sex Quotes
by Bruno Gmuender

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The Definitive Collection of Sex Quotes Everybody does it; everybody thinks about it; and of course everybody who's anybody has talked about it. JC Adams has put together a veritable encyclopaedia of sex quotes from VIPs of every stripe and color. Madonna, Abraham Lincoln, Groucho Marx and Oscar Wilde might not have much else in common, but they all had something to say about everyone's favorite obsession.
The Truth Shall Set You Free: A Memoir
by Sally Lowe Whitehead

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A newspaper columnist describes her lifelong search for spiritual faith, her discovery after twenty-one years of marriage and six sons that her husband was gay, the struggle to accept the truth, and her coming to a joyous new vision of God and family.
Gay Men Don't Get Fat
by Simon Doonan

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January 05, 2012

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Simon Doonan knows that when it comes to style, the gays are the chosen people. A second anthropological truth comes to him midway through a turkey burger with no bun, at an otherwise hetero barbecue: Do the straight people have any idea how many calories are in the guacamole? In this hilarious discourse on and guide to the well-lived life, Doonan goes far beyond the secrets to eating like the French€”he proves that gay men really are French women, from their delight in fashion, to their brilliant choices in accessories and décor, to their awe-inspiring ability to limit calorie intake. A Gucci-wearing Margaret Mead at heart, Doonan offers his own inimitable life experiences and uncanny insights into makes gay people driven to live every day feeling their best, and proves that they have just as much€”and possibly better€”wisdom, advice, and inspiration beyond the same old diet and exercise tips.So put down that bag of Pirate’s Booty and pick up this f
Settling the Score
by Eden Winters

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Closeted mechanic Joey Nichols' life is good. His boyfriend landed a major Hollywood role, and is well on the way to superstardom. Joey's bags are packed and soon he'll leave small town Georgia and join the man of his dreams in California, to live out, proud, and together. Days before his planned departure, his lover outs Joey during a televised interview and announces that they've broken up, leaving Joey to face the bigotry of the locals alone. Bestselling author Troy Steele knows all about having his life turned upside down by the media. Now a recluse, Troy shuns all the trappings that come with writing books made into blockbuster movies. He spends his time exacting revenge on a former flame via his novels and hiding out in rural South Carolina, watching celebrity gossip shows. Joey's fifteen minutes of fame bear an eerie similarity to the plot of Troy's latest work. What if Joey could be transformed into everything the fickle ex wanted, as Troy is writing for his fictional hero, and secretly wishes for himself? Once polished, could a diamond-in-the-rough good ole boy confront his ex, then walk away, pride intact? These are Troy's questions, and he's counting on Joey for answers.
Leathermen: Gay Erotic Stories
by Cleis Press

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Leathermen illuminates the kinky subculture of men who wear leather and the men who crave them. These intelligent, well-crafted, and steamy stories expand readers’ horizons and stretch the limits of imagination with some of the edgiest erotica being written today. Tales of delectably sordid adventures in sex clubs, back-room bars, and bathhouses, as well as private sex parties and first-time forays into the world of leather, take readers on a hot and heavy journey through this definitely un-hidebound world.
That's Why They're in Cages, People!
by Joel Perry

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<P>"One of the great things about being gay," Perry said in a 2001 interview with <I>Genre</I>, "is that it frees you to be different. I mean, you're an outcast already. So screw it! Enjoy it! Make it up!" And enjoy it he does, whether he's trying to lose weight, auctioning his underwear, hijacking the Oscars, flossing his cat, or setting people on fire-accidentally, he swears! Perry's outlook is so refreshing, so filled with <I>joie de vivre</I>, that his big, messy gay life becomes a celebration we all want to take part in. </P><P><B>Joel Perry </B>is a writer whose work has appeared in <I>Frontiers </I>and <I>The Advocate</I>. He is a contributing editor for <I>Instinct</I>, is the author of <I>Funny That Way</I>, and coauthor of <I>Going Down: The Instinct Guide to Oral Sex</I>. He lives in Los Angeles.</P>
Best Gay Erotica 1999 (Lesbian Erotica)
by , Richard Labonte

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Best Gay Erotica 1999 features a list of writers on par with those whose work appeared in earlier editions, which included works by Michael Lassell, Carol Queen, Scott O'Hara, Justin Chin, D. Travers Scott, and more.
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Challenging Lesbian and Gay Inequalities in Education is an essential addition to the library of anyone concerned about developing education for social justice and about challenging inequalities in society. Through a series of historically-located articles ranging from personal stories, through examples of 'good practice', to theoretical analysis of the interweaving of heterosexism, sexism and racism, the book traces the ways in which these oppressions are constructed and played out within and through the system of schooling and through education policies. The majority of contributors to the book are lesbian or gay activists and educators. The book will be of interest to all those involved in the education system and in studying education, and to those interested in cultural studies, gender and the study of masculinity, lesbian and gay studies, sociology and women's studies.