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Love Me As I Am - Gay men reflect on their lives Paperback – 1 Nov 2012

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  • Paperback: 246 pages
  • Publisher: The Quest; First edition (1 Nov. 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 0957330103
  • ISBN-13: 978-0957330108
  • Package Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.8 x 2.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 930,183 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The positive experiences of gay men's lives documented in this book, alongside the continued narratives of marginalisation and hurt, are a potent reminder of both the achievements won for equality as well as the distance left to travel. --Mark McCormack, Ph.D., author of The Declining Significance of Homophobia.

An important project, not only for the moving tales of youthful struggle that many will recognise, and the wonderful wisdom displayed by the adult tellers, but because it will - we can only hope - one day form part of the historical documentation of a time and a set of attitudes that have passed. --Alex Marwood novelist and author of The Wicked Girls

This book helps to heal our younger selves so that our future selves are in a better place. Invaluable, insightful, and when shared like this, it stops us from feeling alone. Proof that time can heal, things do change. --QBoy - recording artist & presenter of Channel 4's 'Coming Out To Class'

An important project, not only for the moving tales of youthful struggle that many will recognise, and the wonderful wisdom displayed by the adult tellers, but because it will - we can only hope - one day form part of the historical documentation of a time and a set of attitudes that have passed. --Alex Marwood novelist and author of The Wicked Girls

This book helps to heal our younger selves so that our future selves are in a better place. Invaluable, insightful, and when shared like this, it stops us from feeling alone. Proof that time can heal, things do change. --QBoy - recording artist & presenter of Channel 4's 'Coming Out To Class'

About the Author

The anthology comprise letters and biographies from 24 different contributing authors, curated by Ade Adeniji, Darren Brady and Editor Francois Lubbe. Ade Adeniji is Co-Founder of The Quest, Coach, Facilitator, and Organisational Consultant. He is a graduate of the Hoffman Process and an ordained Interfaith Minister & Spiritual Counsellor. Darren Brady is Co-founder of The Quest, Coach, Group leader and Creative Producer. Prior to his work within the world of personal development, Darren created the innovative property service Outlet, pioneering video project Pout, taught as both teacher and workshop facilitator as well as writing, performing and directing. Francois Lubbe works as a full-time editor and writer for a leading alternative health publisher, in London. He has a background in theatre, design and media. He has a degree in the theatrical arts. In his twenties he worked in collaboration with the Johannesburg Youth Theatre and the Windybrow Theatre, in South Africa, producing workshops on AIDS awareness and Sex Education that traveled to rural areas of the country. Today he is passionately involved in campaigning against homophobia and bullying. For more information about the book and contributors go to: www.lovemeasiamthebook.com


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