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Is It a Choice?: Answers to 300 of the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Gay and Lesbian People by  Eric Marcus - Paperback - 2nd Edition - 1999 - from KingChamp Books and

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Is It a Choice?: Answers to 300 of the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Gay and Lesbian People

by Marcus, Eric

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket

New York: Harper San Francisco, 1999. Book. Near Fine. Trade Paperback. 2nd Edition. 8vo -- 8 in. Tall. 224 pp. Nearly new, no markings, spine uncreased. A very basic primer about gay sex and gay culture. Written for people just coming out to gay life and their relatives. It reflects U.S. conditions of the 1990s when homosexuality was still not widely discussed nor portrayed realistically in mass media and films. Revised and enlarged edition. The author writes in a factual, respectful and reassuring tone, letting gay people know they are not mentally ill. The section dealing with sexual techniques arguably are incomplete, giving short shrift to fellatio, mutual masturbation, fetishes, and frottage.


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