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Books Reviewed in LGBT Nonfiction

Book Review

Chasing Adonis

Gay, straight, or otherwise, anyone who picks up a fashion magazine or flips on the television once in a while is probably familiar with the “mainstream” gay male prototype:... Read More

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Identity Envy

Rainbow just might be the new black. Pop stars declare their queerness in People magazine; aesthetically challenged heterosexuals are rescued by a bevy of primetime queens; and... Read More

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Scandal

Reinaldo Arenas, a supporter of Castro’s revolution against the corrupt Batista regime, suffered torment by the Castro regime for his writing, which was smuggled out of Cuba... Read More

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Just Married

“The evening dashed recklessly forward, and around me the room filled with snippets of conversation and the fireworks of laughter,” says author Varnell. This excitement... Read More

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Sissyphobia

Most men, including gay men, when in the presence of effeminate gay men, look at them with nervous disdain, even disgust. Masculine gay men often find sissies as distasteful, if... Read More

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Rebel Yell

America’s gay community extends far beyond the gay meccas of LA’s West Hollywood, New York’s West Village, and San Francisco’s Castro District to all sections of the... Read More

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