Tony E. Adams' (2011) book presents what could be considered a revolutionary, humanizing understanding of same-sex attraction. This is accomplished by providing a relational understanding of "the closet" and experiences of coming into, living in, and coming out of the closet. It is a production of significant social relevance, denouncing the marginalizing effects of the domains of heteronormativity. While highly scholarly, his evocative storytelling makes this book accessible to an interested reader regardless of his or her degree or area of specialization.
Autoethnography, Same-Sex Attraction, Relational Perspectives
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polanco, m. (2011). A Revolutionary Collage of Same Sex Attraction Stories. The Qualitative Report, 16(4), 1202-1206. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol16/iss4/17