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Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam (E-Book 2nd Edition): Southeast Asia's Gay & Lesbian Scene Including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City & Angkor By John Goss
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The updated and expanded E-Book of the 2nd Edition of the Utopia Guide to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam offers a remarkable insider's glimpse at the gay and lesbian scene in 18 cities... More > including Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon, Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Yangon/Rangoon, Phnom Penh, and Angkor Wat/Siem Reap. Listings include organizations, bars, discos, accommodations, spas, restaurants, and more. Enjoy savvy comments and recommendations from local Utopians, as well as gay travelers who share their experiences and discoveries in rainbow Southeast Asia.< Less
Perfect By Joseph Dallin
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For most of his childhood, Joseph lived the quintessential Mormon life in Utah. But at the age of thirteen, he began to be faced with an ominous fact: that he was gay. The inner battle between his... More > religious and sexual identities raged for ten years, nearly driving him to suicide. However, one night he realized that the monumental effort he had put into becoming a straight, mainstream Mormon man was not only an exercise in futility, but simply the wrong path for him. Around the next corner, he found the peace and happiness that had always been so elusive.< Less
Ganymede #3 By John Stahle
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Ganymede #3 issue, gay men's journal. Daniel Mendelsohn on Cavafy as a gay poet, Richard Canning on Saint Laurent, rare Glenway Wescott story, strong new gay fiction and poetry, nine striking... More > portfolios of cutting-edge gay photographers. Contents and readable sample pages at www.ganymedenyc.com< Less
Ganymede #2 By John Stahle
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Ganymede #2 issue, gay men's journal with fiction, nonfiction, poetry, photography, and reviews. Mark Jenkins, fascist art in Rome, decoding Oscar Wilde, indie flicks, cutting-edge gay photographers.... More > Contents and readable sample pages at www.ganymedenyc.com< Less