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    At first I was rather apprehensive about this book, and started out being very critical about it. In some ways I still am, as I still refute the assertions about a homosexual lifestyle. However, I did realise that the book is really more about things that are "gay" and "queer", in a way that is different from biological homosexuality, although often associated with biologically homosexual people. It's a book that makes you think about the profound influence that *some* (emphasis is mine) gay men have had on American - and through that on Western culture, ultimately. But the book is way too generalising sometimes and makes it seem as if *all* biologically homosexual men have such influence upon culture, and no biologically straight people. I was doubting between giving this book a 3 or 4-star rating, but decided to give it the benefit of the doubt.

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