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TOP 5 Gay Books (Non-Fiction) – October
10 Smart Things Gay Men Can Do to Find Real Love by Joe Kort
The author of the best-selling 10 Smart Things Gay Men Can Do to Improve Their Lives turns his attention to love, not only how to find Mr Right but how to become Mr Right.
Heaven Bent edited by Luke Gahn and Tiffany Jones
Academics, religious leaders, activists, politicians and everyday people from a broad range of faiths and backgrounds examine the role of religion and spirituality for LGBTI people.
In Search of Captain Moonlite by Paul Terry
A fascinating and compelling account of the life of George Scott and the multifaceted personality behind the bushranger myth. Educated, handsome and charismatic, for the first time this book examines his love for his younger soul mate James Nesbitt.
The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure by Charlie Glickman and Aislinn Emirzian
The P-spot is today’s hottest topic in male sexuality, and this book covers both solo and partner play. Whether new to prostate pleasure or an old hand, this book will help you get the most out of this powerful source of sexual fulfillment.
The End of San Francisco by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore
Part memoir, part social history, writer and activist Sycamore explores and explodes the dream of a radical queer community and the mythical city that was supposed to nurture it.