Queer spirits: a gay men's myth book
Beacon Press, May 1, 1995 - Social Science - 346 pages
A collection, with commentary, of traditional myths, as well as excerpts from literature, poems, anthropological accounts, children's books, and newspaper clippings; compiled to inspire, guide, and challenge gay men who are seeking a deeper understanding of their sexuality and identity, of the community they live in, of their history and place in society and culture.
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