Gay Fathers, The Book - Part 9 - The Future and the Afterword

Gay Fathers, The Book - Part 9 - The Future and the Afterword
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19 January 2015

The future...

"A cartoon from Christopher Street shows a smiling woman seated in her living room and
shouting into the phone: 'Hello, Benny. It's your mother. I only have a minute. Get married and have children. Goodbye.' Many of us will remember a little sadly scenes like this from our past. They are funny, but only in retrospect. Will such scenes be repeated in the future..."

The Afterword...

The "whole book — can be read either as tragic or comic. We [the authors] prefer to read it as neither tragic nor comic, but as the hyphen in tragi-comic..."

Are we still in the transition, the hyphen? Are we the 'in-between'? Is this the future? Your future?

 
 
 
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