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Be Good To Bradley - A Gay Novel By R. W. Clinger
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Curt Wilde is seventeen-years-old falls for his swimming buddy, Josh Baltic. While attending a party at the Cemetery Club, a local hangout, Curt learns that Josh is also curious about his skin. The... More > two friends share heated boy-bliss that leads into a tragedy between fools. Curt struggles to overcome Josh's suicide. Once he attends group therapy sessions with Dr. Yull, Curt meets Bradley Goode. As Curt struggles through his state of grieving, he soon learns that friends like Bradley are hard to come by, especially when they help with family problems and turn into sweet boyfriends. Unpredictable dramas happen in life, though. Curt is dumped by Bradley and begins the grieving process over again. Bee Breen, his best friend, is on a rampage about Tommy Trap, her boyfriend, and Lead, Curt's older brother is sent to The Fern Hill Home in Samoy, New York because of mental illness. Attempting to reach a new level of sanity, Curt tries to be good to Bradley again and creates a real life for himself.< Less
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Memoirs of Gay Youth By chester randolph
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A selection of short novels and stories in two parts. The first address growing up gay in the sixties and seventies. Part two is a portrait of individuals coming to terms with Christian... More > spirituality in post-Christian America.< Less
The Sudden Disappearance of the Gays By David Allyn
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What is happening to the gays of Chelsea? Why are all the gay bars, restaurants, and shops suddenly closing? When Robert Mann's boyfriend goes away for the weekend, he comes back different. ... More > Strange. Straight. Echoing such classic novels of suspense as The Stepford Wives and The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Sudden Disappearance of the Gays raises chilling questions about familiy ties, trust and the search for a scientific approach to sexuality.< Less
The Sudden Disappearance of the Gays By David Allyn
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What is happening to the gays of Chelsea? Why are all the gay bars, restaurants, and shops suddenly closing? When Robert Mann's boyfriend goes away for the weekend, he comes back different. ... More > Strange. Straight. Echoing such classic novels of suspense as The Stepford Wives and The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Sudden Disappearance of the Gays raises chilling questions about familiy ties, trust and the search for a scientific approach to sexuality.< Less
Two Gay Muslim Couples By Ali
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Ali, the author of this book, is from Tehran, Iran. He belongs to an upper-class Iranian family. He holds an MA in Philosophy and an MA in English literature. He has travelled throughout the Middle... More > East, the subcontinent of Indo-Pakistan, and Europe. He has studied the cultural history of the region very well. He has written this book titled Two Gay Muslim Couples in light of the Muslim culture, which is antagonistic to the gay lifestyle. The protagonists of this novel represent the sad plight of gay men in the Islamic world, where gays are psychologically and physically punished and repressed. Therefore, the purpose of writing this romance is to tell the world that millions of gays in the Muslim world are in desperate need of help from their fellow human beings.< Less
Two Gay Muslim Couples By Ali
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Ali, the author of this book, is from Tehran, Iran. He belongs to an upper-class Iranian family. He holds an MA in Philosophy and an MA in English literature. He has travelled throughout the Middle... More > East, the subcontinent of Indo-Pakistan, and Europe. He has studied the cultural history of the region very well. He has written this book titled Two Gay Muslim Couples in light of the Muslim culture, which is antagonistic to the gay lifestyle. The protagonists of this novel represent the sad plight of gay men in the Islamic world, where gays are psychologically and physically punished and repressed. Therefore, the purpose of writing this romance is to tell the world that millions of gays in the Muslim world are in desperate need of help from their fellow human beings.< Less
Gay City: Volume One By Vincent Kovar
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Gay City: Volume One is a collection of fiction, poetry, comic art and photography published under the auspices of Seattle's Gay City Health Project. The anthology addresses Gay City's mission of... More > preventing HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication, and nurturing self-esteem. Included here are author Tom Spanbauer’s “Mr. Energy”, written during the dark dawn of AIDS, alongside “25 Years, 25 Fears,” drawn by “Ethan Green” creator, Eric Orner. Inside you’ll also find an excerpt from novelist and syndicated columnist Michael Thomas Ford’s novel “Full Circle”, eight pieces from the award winning poet Peter Pereira, vibrant works from artist Donna Barr, plus many others.< Less
Gay City: Volume One By Vincent Kovar
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Gay City: Volume One is a collection of fiction, poetry, comic art and photography published under the auspices of Seattle's Gay City Health Project. The anthology addresses Gay City's mission of... More > preventing HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication, and nurturing self-esteem. Included here are author Tom Spanbauer’s “Mr. Energy”, written during the dark dawn of AIDS, alongside “25 Years, 25 Fears,” drawn by “Ethan Green” creator, Eric Orner. Inside you’ll also find an excerpt from novelist and syndicated columnist Michael Thomas Ford’s novel “Full Circle”, eight pieces from the award winning poet Peter Pereira, vibrant works from artist Donna Barr, plus many others.< Less
Asylum: A Gay Dachau By Leo Ray Ingle, M.D.
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It is December 1949 as the California Senate convenes for a Special Session. On the table is a proposal for a new maximum security hospital intended to institutionalize sexual psychopaths. Five... More > years later, Atascadero State Hospital opens amid much confusion between pedophilia and homosexuality. As one gay patient after another is committed in an attempt to reform them, Atascadero State Hospital is named “The Gay Dachau” in the San Francisco press. An LAPD detective and his crew bait individual gays, mostly in the Hollywood Hills, round them up and send them to the hospital, where among others, Dr.Peter Soligos, self-professed homosexual hater, treats them with aversive methods. But when psychiatrist Dr. Paul Lindner visits the hospital in search of a missing gay man, he discovers the horrifying conditions inside Atascadero State Hospital. In this compelling novel, a courageous whistleblower forever changes the destinies of innocent California homosexuals and the future of the hospital.< Less