• Language: English.
  • Binding: Paperback.
  • Publisher: Griffin Publishing.
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography.
  • ISBN: 9780312554231, 0312554230.
  • Pages: 304.
    After moving from the Midwest to New York City at the age of twenty-one, Robert Rave finally found the resolve to mail a letter to his parents informing them that he was gay. Once Robert was "out", both he and his mother Jane felt a newfound freedom to be more honest with each other. From the discrimination Jane experienced as a pregnant teenager in a small town, to Robert's "manscaping", almost no topic was off-limits in their conversations. Soon, Robert was creating a "gay glossary" so that Jane could understand the lexicon and Jane was giving Robert the same dating advice that she used to give Robert's older sister. Language: English Binding: Paperback Publisher: Griffin Publishing Genre: Biography & Autobiography ISBN: 9780312554231, 0312554230 Pages: 304 Imprint: Saint Martin's Griffin,U.S. Height: 210 mm Length: 140 mm Depth: 23