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I, A Man: A gay author looks back over seven decades and remembers the men…

by Mr. Jery Wade Tillotson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 148485652X, Paperback)

At 5, a cunning pedophile initiated him into the world of male-male sex. At 55, he had become a celebrated pioneer in queer writing. By 73, he enjoyed love affairs with over one hundred men in his new home in the mountain city of Asheville. Through seven decades, though, Jery Tillotson endured violent homophobia starting after World War II. That he lived to describe his tumultuous life is a testament to courage and steely determination. You'll find it all--shocking, unforgettable and passionate--in these no holds barred memoir of an extraordinary writer and person: I, A MAN!

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