Sons Like Me by Damon Murphy

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Cant Blame A Brother For Trying is the story of a young black gay man, Travis Moore, who struggle to find himself in New York City. His mother found a gay porno magazine in his room, which began his experience of making it in the world the best way he can.Back Door Mistress tells the tale of the trail of deception and lies found in this adulterers life. Taj Knight finds himself trapped between his wife, a mister, and a mistress. Down Low is the name of the game as he struggles to find who and what is important to him.Black Guys, Black Lives visits the lives of four New York City black gay men. A secretive millionaire who does not let men love him, a biracial brotha who struggles with sexuality and racial identity, a couple whom one has angry black mans syndrome (ABMS), and the other who struggles to hold that relationship together. Sons Like Me is the story of a young black mans coming out experience that leads him into a situation of violence in his dysfunctional family. He learns lessons of love and anger as he tries his best to rise above homophobia in his Brooklyn neighborhood and in his heart.
 

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Published April 12, 2002 by iUniverse. 314 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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