The 108 questions in Queer Questions Straight Talk have been provided by straight, lesbian, gay and bisexual people from diverse backgrounds, ages and religionswith additional contributions from leading gay public figures and their straight loved ones and allies. Designed around the idea that there are no bad questions, and no "wrong" answers, Queer Questions is an invitation to talk, honestly and lovingly, about what it really means to be gay, lesbian or bisexual. The book addresses all the important areas, including: Identity, Stereotypes vs Reality, Marriage and Relationships, Religion and Spirituality, Coming Out, Homophobia and Politics, and – yes – sex.
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About the Author
Abby Dees is a civil rights attorney and has been actively involved in lesbian, gay and bisexual rights and awareness work for 25 years. She has seen first hand that the best tools for understanding are courage, communication, patience and a good sense of humor — things that get drowned out too often by the loud squawk of politics. Abby and her partner, Traci, are one of the 18,000 same-sex couples in California who married in 2008. She is a Beatles fanatic, failed rock star, and travels every chance she gets. She lives in Los Angeles and Nashville.