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A Dutiful Boy: A Memoir of a Gay Muslim’s Journey to Acceptance : review by Jonathan Kemp

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“Pakistani culture visits the crimes of the child on his parents. I would shame them more than myself. It would be them, not me, at the forefront of public scorn and ridicule”, writes Mohsin Zaidi in this powerful memoir, and to understand this is to understand the entire nature and timbre of his dilemma, and … Continue reading



Anthony Catanzaro new tell-all and see-all memoir HEAT

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  The award winning body- builder and successful model once known as the superman of fitness, Anthony Catanzaro has written his tell-all memoir.  The 49 year old who found fame by revealing his body on the covers of Playgirl and Men’s Fitness magazines now reveals his heart and soul along with the many life lessons … Continue reading




Queerguru reviews Logical Family  A Memoir: by  Armistead Maupin

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Maupin had a problem with his parents.  Elements of his family’s dynamics surface in much of his best work.  Michael Tolliver, the charming character in the “Tales of the City” series, famously writes a coming out letter to his Mama after she joins the Anita Bryant campaign to “Save Our Children.”  Maupin’s parents never responded … Continue reading



Stephen Coy loves the shockingly brutal honest of Crystal Rasmussen’s hilarious Diary of a Drag Queen

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  Tom Rasmussen and his alter ego, Crystal Rasmussen, grew up in Lancashire, England. Now identified as non-binary, the preferred pronouns are they/them/their.  Though from modest beginnings, they became a sensation, at least in their own mind. Anyone who is a bit uptight, or even skittish, might find the brutal honesty a bit much.  Their … Continue reading



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