Books

‘Stand by Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation’ By Jim Downs

This story is a wide-ranging narrative revealing that gay life in America in the ’70s was far richer and more…

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Review: ‘My Son Wears Heels’ By Julie Tarney

The first day your toddler said he could dress himself was a day you’ll never forget. And you had to…

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‘Fashionably Late’ Edited By Vinnie Kinsella

What happens when mature adult men come out? What triumphs and struggles do they experience?

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‘Eleanor and Hick: The Love Affair that Shaped a First Lady’ By Susan Quinn

In 1932, Eleanor Roosevelt was stuck in a disappointing marriage and dreading losing her freedom to the highly public and…

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Review: ‘The Joy of Swimming’ By Lisa Congdon

In 'The Joy of Swimming' by Lisa Congdon, you’ll meet like-minded people in swimsuits.

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‘Treehab’ By Bob Smith

In this bitingly funny and often surprising memoir, award-winning author and groundbreaking openly gay comedian Bob Smith offers a meditation…

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Review: ‘Being Jazz’ By Jazz Jennings

In her new book, Being Jazz, she writes about being an everyday kid, but with a difference.

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‘Queer Identities and Politics in Germany: A History, 1880–1945’ By Clayton J. Whisnant

Germany in the late 19th and early 20th centuries witnessed key developments in LGBT history: the growth of the world’s…

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Review: ‘Fair Play’ By Cyd Zeigler

How LGBT athletes are claiming their rightful place in sports.

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‘How Christianity Sustains a Gay Man’ By J.H. Hayes

Raised in a Southern Baptist household near Houston, Hayes realized that he was gay during middle and high school.

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