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Tricia RoseBoykin adds a great deal of balance to a debate that has been aflame for years. It is impossible to come away from this book without a greater appreciation for the humanity of black men generally and for those who -- because of shame, fear and stigma -- act in unethical ways that may have grave consequences for their partners. This is a crucial step toward breaking the silences and false expectations about sexuality and race that have us all imprisoned.
— The Washington Post