Yes, I Am Gay; No, I Don't Want You

Yes, I Am Gay; No, I Don't Want You

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Ever since the dawn of time, homosexuality has existed. Whether it was the love between two male or female T-Rex's, or a companionship involving two members of the Whig Party in the 1700s, you couldn't avoid it. Because of its taboo nature, the subject was often discussed and practiced behind closed doors-until someone spilled the beans and ruined it for everyone! Mistakenly diagnosed as a mental health disorder, being gay was often frowned upon by the general public for various reasons, mainly involving religion and people's ignorance of the subject matter. For anything you don't know or understand, you will almost certainly be against it. For years, gay men and women have struggled to prove to the world they are just like you. Now homosexuality is mainstream. The world even seems to be getting along better, but the fight for acceptance is far from over. After coming out to his peers after years of being in the closet, the author was asked many questions about his sexuality, including: "Why are you gay?" "Is it true all gay men want to sleep with straight men?" "Were you molested as a child?" There is a general knowledge people want to know about the "gay life." This book is for anyone who may want to ask their gay peers about their life without offending them. The author answers the questions to the best of his ability, based on his experiences as a gay male, delivered with a homespun twist. Growing up he was always asked by daring peers. "Are you gay?" After years of denial and gaining the strength to better answer that question. He wrote this book to explain what it's like to be him and proclaim: Yes, I'm gay; No, I don't want you!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 6mm | 150g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150847933X
  • 9781508479338