I've been in the White House. My mother was a Jet centerfold model, and a dancer, and she was beautiful. When I arrived in NYC in the fall ofpromiscuity was the I was looking for a therapist and during one consultation this book was recommended to me.
His sheer inability to consider any outside factor in his analysis of what plagues gay men is of course a necessity of the genre he's writing in, but it's also just so incredibly limited and so patently ignorant of how our countries socio-economic insecurity can contribute to individual insecurity, especially for young gay men who as he smartly points out, aren't generally the most secure people to begin with is a depressing omission.
I will always be with you and watching down wherever I am. When I first came out, I felt like I was fourteen or fifteen. That being said, I find that the majority of trans men of color choose to live non-disclosed, low- or no-disclosure for economic reasons, for safety reasons, and for family reasons.
This is kind of at the intersection of 2 genres I seldom read: non-fiction about LGBT issues, and popular psychology.