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Don't Shoot! I'm Coming Out: How to "Man-Up" & Set Heterosexuals "Straight"

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Benn Setfrey turns the tables and puts the Black community on notice for the sinful often-fatal atrocities that are perpetrated against homosexuals in his new book DONT SHOOT! Im Coming Out ~ How to Man Up & Set Heterosexuals Straight. Benn, an African American who has lived a very private life, risks public persecution by coming out to bring you his personal story of

Paperback, 233 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Pageturner Pub.
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Oct 09, 2009 Adrienna rated it really liked it
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Another down-low, homosexual Black man speaks out book. However, he is speaking on "equal rights" should be for all humans including "gay men" since they seem to have the most discrimination in the gay community. He also points out if they are black, not rich or have celebrity status, they have more problems. He also refers to civil rights, in so many words, it is worse to be a black gay man than it was as a black man in the 60s.

He says, "being gay is not a lifestyle choice, living gay is." Mor
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