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Gay L. A.: A History of Sexual Outlaws, Power Politics, and Lipstick Lesbians
Lillian Faderman, Stuart Timmons
The Burning Plain
Michael Nava
The World Turned: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and Culture
John D'Emilio
Man's World
Rupert Smith
Sexual Politics, Sexual Communities
John D'Emilio
Making Trouble: Essays on Gay History, Politics, and the University
John D'Emilio
Flesh and the Word: 2an Anthology
John Preston, Leigh Rutledge, Aaron Travis, Pat Califia
Created Equal: Why Gay Rights Matter to America
Michael Nava, Robert Dawidoff

Fifteen Shades of Gay (For Pay)

Fifteen Shades of Gay (For Pay) - T. Baggins Don't be fooled by the stupid title, it is a really great story, hot, and if you must have angst & sorrow, it has that too. I would have ignored it except for other readers' ratings. Andrew is an out of work actor who gives up an opportunity to be the weatherman bck home in Wichita to move to New York City and take care of his sister who is battling cancer. When he ends up behind on his rent and out of savings he accepts a proposal from his neighbor to work as a high-end escort to gay men. Not an easy choice as he is still angry over his father coming out and leaving his mother for Andrew's favorite English teacher.

Andrew is at turns sweet, confused, strong, caring. When he falls in lust/love, he falls hard. I'm a fast reader any way, but this moved right along, not riddled with typos or abominations of English like free Kindle books usually are. I highly recommend it.