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lev-er-ij a novel By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
lev-er-ij a novel (softcover) By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
lev-er-ij a novel By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin & Stephen are already Registered Domestic Partners when they are given the legal right to marry in California. They do so, only to find that well-heeled religious groups will do... More > anything to unravel their union. And despite the fact Benjamin is a lawyer, they find they can’t actually afford the detached home they need to start a family. On the other hand, Benjamin’s brother James seems to have no trouble borrowing to buy homes and whatever else he wants, as he works for a rapidly-growing mortgage brokerage. That is, until James finds his life and finances de-leveraging rapidly.< Less
Lean Out - A Gay Man's Advice to His Daughters By Paul Kevin Wood
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This is a very dangerous, even subversive, book by today’s standards.  We will dare to discuss the Bill of Rights, The Ten Commandments, the parables of Jesus, the language in the letters... More > of the Apostle Paul in the King James Version of the Holy Bible, and the genius of Western Civilization and, in particular, the hard-fought liberty and respect for the individual it provides.  To anyone with a public school education, ideas such as the thought that all citizens have equal but not superior rights, even if they are from an “aggrieved” group, men should be required to be polite to women, that God requires us to manage our money wisely, in order to build wealth, or that children come before “career, ” will seem revolutionary.   So here is my first piece of advice to my daughters, which informs this entire book:  don’t "lean in."  As women-to-be, you have options that many men do not. < Less
Lean Out - A Gay Man's Advice to His Daughters By Paul Kevin Wood
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This is a very dangerous, even subversive, book by today’s standards.  We will dare to discuss the Bill of Rights, The Ten Commandments, the parables of Jesus, the language in the letters... More > of the Apostle Paul in the King James Version of the Holy Bible, and the genius of Western Civilization and, in particular, the hard-fought liberty and respect for the individual it provides.  To anyone with a public school education, ideas such as the thought that all citizens have equal but not superior rights, even if they are from an “aggrieved” group, men should be required to be polite to women, that God requires us to manage our money wisely, in order to build wealth, or that children come before “career, ” will seem revolutionary.   So here is my first piece of advice to my daughters, which informs this entire book:  don’t "lean in." < Less

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