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It took 15 years to create this book and it was well worth it "The Gay Icon Classics Of The World"


I'm Robert Joseph Greene and author of "GAY ICON CLASSICS OF THE WORLD" (ISBN 9780986929731) which is now available for Nookbook and NookColor.


This book is amazing because it looks at folklore and culture from communities around the world regarding gay men. All the stories are romantic in nature.


I got the idea when I was taking a course at UCLA and met a fellow student from the Ivory Coast (Coast D'Ivoire), she told me that remember her grandmother telling her a tribal story about two men being run out of the community for kissing.


So, I encourage you to read this wonderful collection of short stories.