Merle Miller (1919–1986) was an editor at Harper’s Magazine, Time, and the Nation, and was the bestselling author of several books, including the novel A Gay and Melancholy Sound and Plain Speaking, a biography of President Harry Truman.
Dan Savage is the internationally syndicated columnist of “Savage Love” and the author of several books. With his husband Terry Miller, he cofounded the It Gets Better project and edited the It Gets Better collection.
Charles Kaiser is an author, journalist, and blogger. His books include 1968 in America and The Gay Metropolis, which was a New York Times Book Review Notable Book. He lives in New York City.
I'd definitely recommend anyone to read this to get an insight.
It later became a book called "On Being Different", with a forward by Dan Savage and an afterword by Charles Kaiser, which I have just finished reading.
Fortunately, i see a lot of positive changes happening and I think soon we will have true equality.
This is a great story and so very true. Thank you. Hopefully people who read it, get it and understand.Published 11 months ago by Joan S. Parsley
This is a slender volume filled with good writing, including a contemporary introduction by Dan Savage. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Editing_Gal
If you are interested in this topic, essentially the Rights of Man, then you must read this book, including the supplementary foreward.Published 17 months ago by dan
Miller delivers a message that is at once heart-felt, cynical, optimistic, and unflinchingly honest. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jonathan Errol Van Kempen
Dan Savage's long forward did not sufficiently contextualize the historical essay that follows.He only covered one point, simply that gays are not usually insinuated as being child... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Petronius