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Gay Men reflect on their lives

Later this year, The Quest will be publishing an anthology comprising the stories of gay men reflecting on their lives, and the experiences that have shaped the person that they are today.

The contributors in the book, are men who have been on workshops run by The Quest. Sharing their stories gave each of them the opportunity to heal the wounds of their past and in doing so, give the reader a bird’s eye view of the key moments that shape the lives of so many gay men.

The book is titled ‘Love Me As I AM – gay men reflect on their lives’. All profits gained from the sale of the book by The Quest will be donated to the charity, Diversity Role Models. The charity actively seeks to prevent homophobic bullying in United Kingdom schools; it aims to stop bullying before it happens, by educating all young people about differences in sexuality and gender identity.

To find out more about the book and follow its journey, click here.

 

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