Gr 7 Up A useful addition to the small collection of books on homosexuality aimed at teenagers. Holbrook's tone is sympathetic and angry about injustices inflicted on those fighting the battle of gay activism. Her concern is with policy and civil rights action. Each chapter gives names of individuals and groups: BAGLY, FLAG, NGLTF, MACT, and the Austin Citizens for Decency are clearly explained. An appended resource list includes a bibliography and addresses of the main power groups, including a reference to ALA's Gay Task Force. In one chapter, Holbrook outlines the many religious groups and churches that have formed gay and lesbian support groups. The book may be read for information on a significant civil rights issue, but will also offer solace to teenagers who are afraid they might be the only homosexuals in their areas. Holbrook's passionate defense of the downtrodden is tied to current history and legislation, citing events through mid-1986. This book will add useful perspective and an update on the Gay Liberation Movement, and belongs in most collections next to Hanckel's A Way of Love, a Way of Life (Lothrop, 1979). Anne Osborn, Riverside Public Library, Calif.