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and as born in 1983 I still found a good deal that I could relate to in my own experiences coming of age a generation later Some of the stories are very well written while with others I lost patience with the writing "and skipped over them Taken together though it s a solid collection "skipped over them Taken together though it s a solid collection book changed my life as of 31916 somewhere between 10 am and noon An incredible book that details many dimensions of coming out from the perspectives across time of men from various backgrounds While it as a specific personal meaning to me I think that readers who share istory with coming out or want to understand the process while reading moving passionate and often erotic accounts of coming out would enjoy the read Stories from a lot of different generations and viewpoints add real texture to this book I started reading this book three years ago I kind of stopped reading not this book but stopped reading novels altogether I miss escaping into a story and am now making sure that I slow down and read As I took so long to get back to this book my thoughts are soft on the first alf of the book and strong on the last The Confusion: Books Four & Five of The Baroque Cycle halfPublished 20 years ago reading even the most current stories is still a time thatas passed The idea of coming out is thankfully becoming a task of the past Boys and girls are just themselves gay or straight I know this is definitely not the case for all and coming out is still a powerful experienceThese book contains well written exceptional stories in all varieties of experiences around that brutal uplifting and redeeming task of com. D in one notable instance to a stockbroker Men tell of their first sexual encounters from their preteens to their thirties with childhood friends who rejected or tenderly embraced them with professors with neighbors with a Broadway star These are poignant sometimes unexpectedly funny tales of romance and eartbreak repression and. .

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