A Book Entitled "Straight?" Touches The Issue Of Secretly Gay African American Men
Author Tyrone Williamson, digs deep into the topic of homosexuality among African American men in America, in a way that is sure to raise eyebrows and lend insight into a world where many live in the shadows.
June 5, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Author Tyrone Williamson, digs deep into the topic of homosexuality among African American men in America, in a way that is sure to raise eyebrows and lend insight into a world where many live in the shadows. The book entitled "Straight?" is written from the first-hand perspective of a down-low man living in today's society.
The issue of homosexuality in America has been both a touchy and controversial subject ever since it was considered a subject. It has gone from being a crime that would lead to imprisonment to a topic of legal consideration at the nation's highest court, in a battle over issues such as the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, as well as gay marriage. Nevertheless, homosexuality is a hot topic and is a topic that comes in many facets.
The book's author, T. Williamson, talks candidly about the homo thug, the married man, and the bi-sexual man. He pulls no punches as he openly covers, for women, how to know if your man is messing around with a transsexual or a gay man. Williamson has spent years living as a down-low brother, and has experienced different relationships with bi-sexual, married, and straight "brothers" on the low.
Taking his first-hand account, and years of gained experience, knowledge and wisdom, Williamson takes both men and women into a world that not many want to discuss - a world of deceit, loneliness, misunderstanding and sex. Williamson also helps women to answer questions such as "where did he get those expensive gifts he has?," "my man smells like he just had sex, who is he messing with?" and more!
T. Williamson is a African American author, and Straight? is his first non-fiction book. He is also currently working on an homo-erotic fictional love story. For more information about Straight? or T. Williamson and his work, visit www.straight-book.com