Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes




      Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes
Profiles several dozen young male athletes who have in most cases come out as homosexual to their coaches, teammates, and fellow students, with advice for coaches on dealing with homophobia. Read Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes
  • Dan Woog
  • English
  • 02 June 2017
  • 1555833993

10 thoughts on “ Jocks: True Stories of America's Gay Male Athletes

  1. Peter William Warn says:

    Those damn women One of the men profiled in Jocks True Stories of America s Gay Male Athletes suffers emptiness and despair because he derives only fleeting pleasures from the drinking, smoking and anonymous sex in which he indulges Jocks author Dan Woog knows who is to blame for the man s unhappiness a woman She forced the young man to frequent places where gay men drink, smoke and try to find partners for anonymous sex This wicked manipulator of innocents had an accomplice, another fema Those damn women One of the men profiled in Jocks True Stories of America s Gay Male Athletes suffers emptiness and despair because he derives only fleeting pleasures from the drinking, smoking and anonymous sex in which he indulges Jocks author Dan Woog knows who is to blame for the man s unhappiness a woman She forced the young man to frequent places where gay men drink, smoke and try to find partners for anonymous sex This wicked manipulator of innocents had an accomplice, another female who also sucked him into the gay bar scene Blaming women for what men do is as ancient as Eve and as recent as Yoko, but being time honored does not make the practice honorable Woog initially appears to know better, until early in his book when he characterizes women as wielders of sinister powers to lead men astray and paints all gay bars as dens of iniquity so powerful that no one can resis...

  2. Audrey says:

    At first glance, this book looks just like any number of anthologies of gay sports oriented stories The cover features the now obligatory half dressed, well toned guy wearing the remnants of a football uniform, and let s face it, Jocks would make a great title for one of those Cleis Press collections of erotic shorts.The key difference here, however, is that all the stories in this collection are true, mini biographies of gay, male athletes and their experiences reconciling the homophobic ma At first glance, this book looks just like any number of anthologies of gay sports oriented stories The cover features the now obligatory half dressed, well toned guy wearing the remnants of a football uniform, and let s face it, Jocks would make a great title for one of those Cleis Press collections of erotic shorts.The key difference here, however, is that all the stories in this collection are true, mini biographies of gay, male athletes and...

  3. Ashley says:

    Well I didn t much care for this book, but it all for the wrong reasons.I think..for you see my x boyfriend is one of the athletes in Dan Woog s book as a result, it waslike an affirming slap in the face I read this in a semi desperate attempt to convince myself that what I was living through was real I think if I was not so personally tied to the book I could have enjoyed it ..it did help me appreciate the level of strength it took him to tell me so I ll certainly rea Well I didn t much care for this book, b...

  4. Jason Hawke says:

    some stories are better than others but it s interesting enough I ve reread it several times

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