The Gay Man's Guide To Freedom Even If You're In Denial, Closeted, Half-In, Half-Out, Just Out Or Been Around The Block.
A leading gay write gives point-by-point advice on how gay men can live in a state of conscious awareness and freedom at every stage of their lives.
Chris Nutter came out of the closet with a bang - in a brutally honest essay for Details magazine. His essay gave gay issues an explosive new voice and launched his career in exploratory journalism writing for magazines and newspapers such as Details, The New York Times, New York Post and the Village Voice. He also became the unofficial counselor for hundreds of confused gay men.
Now, twelve years later, he shares all he has learned about gay life. Using his own experiences and those of the countless gay men he has written about and mentored, Nutter creates a step-by-step chronology of the typical gay experience, from the realization through experimental phase, coming out to friends, coming out to the world, the second experimental phase, being aggressively gay and eventually finding your place as a happy, healthy and contented individual. And instead of passing himself off as an expert Nutter always imparts his advice with humor, brotherhood, inclusiveness and clarity.
Part spiritual, part memoir and part practical self-help, 'The Way Out' speaks to gay men like no other book on bookstore shelves today.
- Publication Date:
- 26 / 07 / 2006
- 140 x 216mm